3 arrested, 2 still wanted in connection to Cordesville burglary
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office has made two arrests connected to a burglary in the Cordesville area, but officials say two suspects are still at large.
Video was released from the burglary at a home on Swimmin Hole Lane Friday that showed three people going into the home and running out with items.
Officials say 57-year-old William Fleischman of Old Whitesville Road was arrested after the video was released. He's charged with two counts of first degree burglary. At a court hearing Monday, his bond was denied.
Also arrested were 53-year-old Roxie Lee Bryant and 31-year-old Nikkitta Nichole McGee. Both women are charged with criminal conspiracy. Investigators believe they were the getaway drivers.
Still sought in connection two the crime are 26-year-old James Phillip Bostic of Dr. Evan Road and 27-year-old Kenneth Williams Jr. of Scott Hill Lane. They are each facing a charged of first degree burglary. Williams also is wanted by the South Carolina Department of Probation and Parole.
A press release from the sheriff's office states electronics, firearms and a safe were taken during a burglary. Officials say those involved later tried to sell those items at a local pawn shop.
"Having a high quality video and help from the community really helped make this case come together. I wanted to thank the members of the community who helped out in this case by providing information - working together we can get a lot done," Sheriff Duane Lewis stated.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Kenneth Anthony Williams, Jr. or James Phillip Bostic can contact the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office at 843-719-4465 or Crime Stoppers of the Lowcountry at 843-554-1111.