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Burglary Suspect Returned to Edgefield County to Face Charges

web posted August 22, 2014

EDGEFIELD   A burglary suspect in a February 2013 theft of nearly 50 batteries from the Brewers Scrap Metal facility on Woodyard Road has been returned to Edgefield County to face charges related to the crime. Billy Edward Lariscey, III, 24, has been booked on one count of burglary in the third degree and other pending charges. He is currently serving time in the Georgia Prison system for a conviction of unrelated crimes.

Lariscey is said to be one of at least two men who cut the fence to the business and then moved surveillance cameras in order to prevent their crime from being taped. It was unsuccessful. However, it was obvious the men knew where the cameras were located and targeted them first before stealing to batteries.

At the time of the theft, investigators believed Lariscey and his partner(s) were involved in a previous burglary at the scrap yard. There was no information on that case.

It is expected that Lariscey will be held at the Detention Center and plead guilty in the next term of General Sessions Court in September. If so, he will be allowed to serve the sentences at the same time rather than serving time in Georgia and then being brought to Edgefield County to stand trial and another possible sentence of time behind bars.





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