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Police nab 2nd suspect in Piggly Wiggly robbery; 2 more at large

From left to right: Dante Justin Smalls, Kenneth Oradell Murray, Preston Swinton and Jarret Eric Graddick. (Source: Mt. Pleasant police) From left to right: Dante Justin Smalls, Kenneth Oradell Murray, Preston Swinton and Jarret Eric Graddick. (Source: Mt. Pleasant police)
MT. PLEASANT, SC (WCSC) -

Another man has been arrested in connection with last month's armed robbery of a Mt. Pleasant Piggly Wiggly.

Mt. Pleasant police say 17-year-old Dante Justin Smalls, of Mt. Pleasant, was involved in the July 25 armed robbery. Police arrested 27-year-old Kenneth Oradell Murray last week. Investigators say Small, Murray and two other men robbed the store with an Uzi and a revolver.

Police are still looking for 23-year-old Jarret Eric Graddick and 20-year-old Preston Swinton, both of Mt. Pleasant. Investigators plan to charge both men with armed robbery.

Murray is also charged with robbing a Pizza Hut on July 22 on Highway 17 North.

Anyone with information concerning their location please contact the Mount Pleasant Police Department at 884-4176 or 911, or Crimestoppers at 554-1111 or 5541111.com.  A reward is being offered for information leading to their arrest.


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