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Mt. Pleasant robbery suspects faces bond court judge

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)

MOUNT PLEASANT, SC (WCSC) - Police say they found two Mount Pleasant armed robbery suspects underneath a home in downtown Friday afternoon.

Authorities arrested 23-year-old Jarrett Eric Graddick and 20-year-old Preston Swinton for the July 25 armed robbery of the Piggly Wiggly on 1981 Riviera Drive.

The two were found under a home on Cleveland and King Street after police received a tip. 

Investigators say Graddick is also being charged in connection with the May 27 armed robbery of the Golden Bowl Chinese Restaurant on Highway 17.

Swinton bond was set at $100,000 for the armed robbery at Piggly Wiggly Saturday morning. Bond was denied for Graddick.

Investigators have already arrested 17-year-old Dante Justin Small and 27-year-old Kenneth Oradell Murray for the Piggly Wiggly robbery. According to police, the four men robbed the grocery store with an Uzi and a revolver.

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

 


 

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