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Second Man Wanted For Clemson Thefts Arrested

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The second suspect in recent larcenies that happened in the city of Clemson was taken into custody Friday before he was able to escape from the area. The second suspect in recent larcenies that happened in the city of Clemson was taken into custody Friday before he was able to escape from the area.

Second Man Wanted For Clemson Thefts Arrested - August 30, 2013

The second suspect in recent larcenies that happened in the city of Clemson was taken into custody Friday before he was able to escape from the area.

Todd Wayne Finklea, II, 24, was taken into custody and charged with grand larceny, possession of methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance by multiple agencies.

Investigators say Finklea was trying to make arrangements to leave the area to avoid arrest.  He was taken into custody around 4:30 p.m.

He is being held at the Pickens County Detention Center.

Second Man Wanted For Clemson Thefts - August 29, 2013

Clemson city police are seeking assistance in finding a second man wanted in connection with a rash of thefts in the area.

Clemson Police Chief Jimmy Dixon stated that Todd Wayne Finklea II, 24, has been charged with grand larceny greater than $2,000 and less than $10,000.

According to Dixon, Finklea is wanted in connection with the thefts of over 30 mopeds, motorcycles, vehicles and utility trailers in the area. Finklea is known to stay in the Easley and Dacusville areas of Pickens County. On Thursday, with the help of Pickens County Sheriff's deputies, Clemson Police officers searched unsuccessfully for Finklea.

Finklea is a black male, approximately 5'7" and weighs 170 pounds. If anyone has any information on his whereabouts, they are asked to call the Clemson Police Department at (864) 624-2000. Callers may remain anonymous.

On Wednesday, Chadwick Abercrombie was arrested in connection with the thefts after being charged with grand larceny.

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