Six break-ins in a Greenville neighborhood have been solved, police say, with the arrest of two teens. One of those lived in the very same neighborhood.
Monday a police special operations IMPACT unit was conducting surveillance in Sterling Pointe when they saw two young men leave the area on foot. Police say the men were carrying a suspicious package which they then tried to destroy.
Charged with multiple counts of breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, and larceny of a firearm are Brandin Foster and Nicholas Harper. Both are 19-years-old and Haper lives at Sterling Pointe.
Police say they have solved a half dozen break-ins.
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