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Police: 4 charged for crimes in several Mt. pleasant neighborhoods

Mast, Toler, Haeger, Earls. (Source: MPPD) Mast, Toler, Haeger, Earls. (Source: MPPD)
MT. PLEASANT, SC (WCSC) -

Mt. Pleasant police say 4 suspects have been arrested in connection with a string of crimes in several Mt. Pleasant neighborhoods.

Allison Mast, 19, and John Haeger, 43, have been charged with 12 counts of breaking and entering auto, one count of drug possession, and one count of larceny. Brian Toler, 21 received the same charges in addition to one count of possession of a handgun. Bryan Earls, 31, has been charged with five counts of breaking and entering auto and one count of larceny. 

Authorities say the four suspects are responsible for burglaries and other crimes in The Groves, Runaway Bay Apartments, Planters Pointe Subdivision, Brickyard, and Old Village.

According to a release, authorities were called out to a home Monday morning on Grove Manor Court in reference to a burglary. Police say the suspect fled the scene after being spotted inside the victim's garage. 

Officers say they were later able to locate Toler and Hagar. The victim was able to identify Toler as the man who broke into her garage. 

The release states police were able to link Toler and Hagar, as well as the other two suspects, to multiple neighborhood crimes.

The investigation is ongoing.

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