Deputies Make Five Arrests in No. Greenville Co. Burglaries - WSPA.com

Deputies Make Five Arrests in No. Greenville Co. Burglaries

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Anthony Marquis Oglesby, Photo Courtesy: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office Anthony Marquis Oglesby, Photo Courtesy: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office
Nicholas Rashad Nash,  Photo Courtesy: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office Nicholas Rashad Nash, Photo Courtesy: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office
Daverin Rashod Simpkins,  Photo Courtesy: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office Daverin Rashod Simpkins, Photo Courtesy: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office
Sammy Lee Wiley, II,  Photo Courtesy: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office Sammy Lee Wiley, II, Photo Courtesy: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office
Randy Antonio Wiley,  Photo Courtesy: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office Randy Antonio Wiley, Photo Courtesy: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office
GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. -

Greenville County deputies say they've arrested five people suspected in multiple burglaries in the northern part of Greenville County.

Deputies say they've arrested 22 year old Anthony Marquis Oglesby, 17 year old Nicholas Rashad Nash, 17 year old Daverin Rashod Simpkins, 26 year old Sammy Lee Wiley, II, and 36 year old Randy Antonio Wiley - all from Greenville.

In a 99 page incident report from the sheriff's office, deputies had numerous reports of burglaries in Greer, Simpsonville, Greenville, Travelers Rest, Taylors that dated from March 22nd to May 7th of this yaer.

All five face numerous charges - including burglary and 2nd degree burglary.

 

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