Three Men Face Charges in Rash of Auto Burglaries in Clemson - WSPA.com

Three Men Face Charges in Rash of Auto Burglaries in Clemson

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Leroy Dalton Crooks (Photo Courtesy: Clemson Police) Leroy Dalton Crooks (Photo Courtesy: Clemson Police)
Michael Delvin McClure (Photo Courtesy: Clemson Police) Michael Delvin McClure (Photo Courtesy: Clemson Police)
Dylan Patrick Smith (Photo Courtesy: Clemson Police) Dylan Patrick Smith (Photo Courtesy: Clemson Police)
CLEMSON, S.C. -

Clemson Police say they've arrested three suspects on 48 total arrest warrants as they investigate what they call a rash of auto burglaries, property thefts, and malicious damage to personal and real property.

Police say the incidents happened in the downtown Clemson area at the city owned parking deck, apartments along Sloan Street, and a neighborhood around Riggs Drive and Strode Circle.

They say patrol officers got some help from street cameras in the downtown area to find a suspect vehicle and a cell phone was found at one of the incident locations.

All three suspects were arrested Thursday and police say two of the three are being held at the Clemson City Jail.

20 year old Dylan Patrick Smith from Seneca, S.C.

21 year old Michael Delvin McClure from Seneca, S.C.

20 year old Leroy Dalton Crooks from Seneca, S.C.

Police say all three suspects are each charged with:

6 Counts of Malicious Injury to Real Property

3 Counts of Malicious Injury to Personal Property

3 Counts of Auto Breaking

3 Counts of Petit Larceny

1 Count of Grand Larceny

Clemson Police say McClure was released on a $20,000 Surety Bond, but Smith and Crooks are still in jail on a $20,000 Surety Bond.

 

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