Four Burglary Charged with Two More Burglaries

  Additional Burglary charges are now being served on four men arrested by the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office on January 18th. The four were arrested following a series of burglaries around the county. Each was initially charged with 1st Degree Burglary for allegedly burglarizing a home on Indian Mound Road, Laurens on the 18th.

   All four suspects are now charged in connection with two additional burglaries.

Each is charged with an additional 1st Degree Burglary charge for allegedly entering a dwelling at Devine Drive, Clinton three days before their arrest, on January 15th, where they allegedly became armed with a deadly weapon which consisted of two .22 caliber rifles that were allegedly taken from the victim. They’re also charged with Possession of a Weapon during Commission of a Violent Crime for allegedly having those two rifles in their possession during the break-in. Items taken reportedly totaled $1,034. The suspects are also charged with 2nd Degree Burglary for a January 18th break-in in the 9500 address range of Ekom Beach Road, Ware Shoals. Grand Larceny charges from the Ekom Beach Road residence cite theft of items valued at $2,100 from that home.

  Charged with the additional counts were 19-year-old Devante Tyshaw Pulley of 105 Baldwin Circle, Clinton, 23-year-old Roderick Devonzieck Anderson of Clinton Manor and 17-year-old James Shaquille Gilliam of 291 Chapman Road, Fountain Inn. The forth suspect arrested on the 18th, 25-year-old Rasham Eugene Walker of 6 Hammett Street, Laurens is also being charged with Safecracking.

  All four remain in the Johnson Detention Center. Bond was denied on all charges initially served on them January 18th for the Burglary that date on Indian Mound Road, Laurens.