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Suspects in multiple car break-ins arrested again

Posted: December 2, 2016 9:54 a.m.
Updated: December 2, 2016 9:49 a.m.
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During Thanksgiving week, Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office investigators arrested and charged five individuals with 2-17 counts of breaking into a motor vehicle, receiving stolen goods and burglary (1st degree). 

According to a press release from KCSO, those arrested and charged were Gregory Cooper McCarley of Welsh Street in Camden, 21, Mikkel Demond Bush, 22, from Pine Street in Camden, Marquez Armani Robinson, 19, from Amelia Street in Camden, Ty’Reek Lorenzo Bush-Robinson, 20, also of Amelia Street, and Victoria Pierce,19, of Copeland Circle in Camden. 

In early 2016 numerous auto break-ins were reported in Darlington County, the City of Camden, Kershaw County, Elgin and Richland County. Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office investigators were able to identify Bush, Bush-Robinson and Robinson as being responsible for the break-ins in Kershaw County. They were arrested and ultimately released on bond, said the press release. 

During the weekend of November 18-21 and on November 23 numerous auto break-ins were reported in both the City of Camden and in the East Camden area of Kershaw County.  On November 21 a KCSO deputy responded to a complaint of an allegedly highly intoxicated individual at the Circle K in Lugoff. While dealing with that subject, the deputy noticed several suspicious items in the passenger compartment of the subject’s vehicle. The deputy contacted a KCSO investigator and it was determined that one of these items had been stolen in an auto break-in in Camden during the previous weekend.

KCSO investigators began gathering evidence and working closely with Camden Police Department investigators who were also dealing with multiple auto break-ins.

For a week investigators from both agencies worked closely to identify all of the individuals who are responsible for the car break-ins. While investigating these incidents, a KCSO investigator was able to gather the evidence needed to charge Bush, Bush-Robinson and Robinson with a home burglary that occurred in September 2016.

Mikkel Bush has been charged by the KCSO with 10 counts of auto breaking and one count of burglary 1st  degree.

Gregory McCarley has been charged by the KCSO with seven counts of auto breaking

Marquez Robinson has been charged by the KCSO with 17 counts of auto breaking and burglary 1st degree.

Ty-Reek Bush-Robinson has been charged by the KCSO with 2 counts of auto breaking, one count of receiving stolen goods and burglary 1st degree.

Victoria Pierce has been charged by KCSO with two counts of auto-breaking and one count of receiving stolen goods.

Several of these individuals are also facing charges by the Camden Police Department. At this time all remain in jail pending bond hearings. According to the 5th Circuit Solicitors Office, Robinson, Bush-Robinson and Bush, who were out on bond for auto breaking during these recent auto break-ins, will appear before a circuit court judge for bond revocation proceedings.

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