Berkeley County deputies arrested six suspects in connection with two separate burglaries that occurred over the past week, according to a sheriff's spokesman.
William Anthony Howell, 28, of Summerville; and Jennifer Elizabeth Day, 29, of Moncks Corner; are charged with second-degree burglary, according to a release. Deputies also charged David Clark Mount, 33 of Summerville, with receiving and possessing stolen goods. Howell and Mount were given $40,000.00 surety bonds, and Days had her bond set at $20,000.00, Spokesman Dan Moon said.
The three are charged in connection with an April 19 robbery on Rail Drive in Summerville, documents state. The victims told deputies their homes had been burglarized and several items were missing.
The Summerville Police Department assisted in the investigation, Moon said, and the three suspects are being held at the Hill-Finklea Detention Center, Moon said.
Three others are charged with first-degree burglary in connection with a second incident, including a juvenile being charged as an adult, who is currently being held at the Department of Juvenile Justice in Columbia, Moon said.
Cameron John Davidson, 17 of Pinopolis; and Taylor James Steese, 17, of Cross and the juvenile suspect were charged in connection with an April 21 burglary of a home on Dahayville Road in Pinopolis, where residents reported to deputies several items, including firearms and electronics, had been stolen from their home.
The second three suspects were given $25,000.00 surety bonds, Moon said.