Two juveniles arrested for Mossgrove burglaries

  • Wednesday, January 29, 2014

The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office has solved two recent burglaries in the Mossgrove Plantation subdivision.

Two 16-year-old males were arrested and charged on Jan. 17, according to a BCSO statement.

The two boys were charged with the burglaries of two residences that occurred on Jan. 14.

With the arrests, investigators recovered several guns and ammunition, knives, jewelry, and electronics.

Both suspects are being charged as adults with first-degree burglary and are being held at the Dept. of Juvenile Justice in Columbia.

The investigation by the BCSO continues in an effort to determine if these individuals may be involved in other burglaries.


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