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Oconee Co. Man Arrested, Charged in Multiple Burglaries

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Jonathan Finney was charged with Burglary, Theft & Safe Cracking Jonathan Finney was charged with Burglary, Theft & Safe Cracking
OCONEE COUNTY, S.C. - Oconee County deputies arrested Jonathan Allen Finney of Tamassee on August 28th. Deputies now say there are a total of 14 warrants for his arrest. Finney faces charges of burglary, grand theft, petty theft and safecracking.

According to the warrants, the thefts happened at various times during June, July and August. Investigators accused Finney of breaking into a home on Whitewater Farm Road in Tamassee twice between June and July, and stealing guns, jewelry and other items.

Finney is also accused of breaking into two homes on McMahan Road in West Union and stealing guns, medicine, and other items.

Warrants also accused Finney of breaking into a home and Return Baptist Church on Return Church Road in Seneca. That happened around August 18th and 19th. $425 was taken from the Church.

Fairvew Southern Methodist Church on Ebenezer Road in West Union was also hit in early August. Investigator accuse Finney of stealing less than $2,000 from the church while also breaking into the safe at the church.

Finney is being held at the Oconee County Detention Center.
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