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Third Suspect Arrested in Johnston Home Invasion

web posted November 21, 2012

COUNTY – A third suspect in the brutal home invasion and beating of a Johnston man last Friday has been arrested. Vincent Londell Bly, 46, of Johnston was arrested after police received a tip on his whereabouts early in the day Tuesday. Edgefield County Sheriff's Deputies in marked and unmarked vehicles set up a perimeter before moving in on the building Bly was said to be working in case he tried to flee when he saw deputies approaching.

After all deputies were in place along Highway 191 near Johnston, a deputy entered the building and spotted Bly and took him into custody without incident around 2:30 pm. He has been charged with assault and battery in the third degree, kidnapping and housebreaking. The latter two charges are felonies.

He was booked at the Edgefield County Detention Center and was awaiting a bond hearing. It is expected the bonds will be set at $17,000, as in the case of his suspected partners in the crime, Nicole Tamika Butler, 26, and 22-year-old Mario Martin
' both of Addison Street.

At this time all three remain in custody.

Read our initial report of the crime here.


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