Deputies arrest 4 in Berkeley Co. burglary, home invasion

Published: Oct. 22, 2014 at 9:57 PM EDT
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BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - Berkeley County deputies arrested four people in connection with a Tuesday morning burglary and home invasion in Summerville.

John Alexander Darrieux, 36, of Summerville; Natalia Chisolm, 31, of Goose Creek; Joseph S. Arsenault, 31, of Summerville; and a 16-year-old male, who is being charged as an adult, were all arrested on Tuesday afternoon at a College Park Road mobile home park in Summerville, according to Berkeley County Sheriff's spokesman Dan Moon.

Deputies located a silver Dodge Durango there suspected to have been used in the burglary at a home on Cindy Drive in Summerville at about 4:30 a.m. that morning, deputies say.

Moon says items from the burglary were found in the vehicle, and that a subsequent search of Chisholm's Goose Creek apartment resulted in the recovery of numerous items stolen during the home invasion. Those items included chess sets, identification documents belonging to the victims, medications belonging to the victims, a television set, and personal items, Moon said.

Four masks similar to those worn by the suspects in the home invasion and two handguns were also seized, deputies say. A third handgun was located in the suspect's vehicle along with identification items from as yet unknown people, Moon said.

The three adults were being held at the Hill-Finklea Detention Center. The juvenile, who will be charged as an adult, was transferred to the custody of the state Department of Juvenile Justice.

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