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CPD, KCSO arrest four in string of vehicle break-ins
Dashon Tucker mug
Dashon Tucker - photo by KCDC website photo
The Camden Police Department (CPD) and Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) may have caught up to at least some of the individuals responsible for a rash of vehicle break-ins in the city of Camden and in various locations out in the county. CPD Chief Joe Floyd said Marquez Robinson, 18; Ty’Reek Lornenzo Bush-Robinson, 19; Dashon Lamar Tucker 21; Mikkel Demond Bush, 21, of Camden, all of either Columbia or Camden with Kershaw County connections, have been charged by his officers with three counts each of breaking and entering into motor vehicles. Kershaw County Detention Center records list Robinson, Bush-Robinson and Tucker -- who were all arrested Friday -- all as being held on $15,000 bond for charges filed by the KCSO. KCDC records had yet to be updated with Bush’s information as of press time Monday.