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Charges Continue to Mount for Jailed Couple
web posted September 10 2012
EDGEFIELD – A couple currently being held
in Aiken County will see charges added in Aiken County, Edgefield as
well as Richmond County in Georgia as the investigation of the break-in
of an Edgefield home on Buncombe Street late August. AS property seized
during the investigation was being processed a number of the items were
found to be stolen, including a man's wedding band, checks, credit
card, and store credits issued in other people's names and
Latasha Lynn McClain, 30, and Nicholas Avery Meyers, 31, were arrested
after shoplifting at the Aiken Wal-Mart on Sunday, August 31, and have
remained behind bars since.
Some of the stolen property was traced back to people in Aiken County
and an antique found in the home was stolen from an antique store in
downtown Augusta. All victims have stated they wanted to press charges.
Edgefield Police has turned the information over to the authorities in
their respective locations.
A man's wedding band, possibly white gold or titanium, with an
inscription of "John and Heather" on the inside of the band was
recovered in the property seized, but the owner has not been found at
Edgefield Police have a hold placed on the couple with warrants for
house breaking and malicious injury to personal property. An added
charge of possession of stolen goods will be obtained. More charges are
possible as the investigation continues, according to Edgefield Police.
Anyone with information on the wedding band should call the Edgefield
County Sheriff's Office at 803-637-5337 or contact Edgefield Police
Investigator Mark Pica at 803-480-2093.
Arrest Couple Wanted in Edgefield
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