Three adults are facing charges after two men allegedly stole firearms and other items from a house after another suspect made sure the victim would not be home Jan. 17.
According to warrants from the Sumter County Sheriff's Office, Herbert …
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According to warrants from the Sumter County Sheriff's Office, Herbert Anderson IV, 33, and Jason C. Sims, 33, reportedly forced open the rear door to a residence on Bush Branch Road and took multiple firearms, lock boxes and other items from both the house and a storage shed.
Before entering the house, 38-year-old Shonda N. Sauls, of Pinewood Road, reportedly contacted the victim to learn when no one would be home, according to a release from the sheriff's office.
Anderson, of Montpelier Lane, and Sims, of Waterwheel Drive, are both charged with first-degree burglary.
Sauls is charged with accessory before the fact to a felony and criminal conspiracy. Bond was denied for all three suspects.
Booking photos were not available as of press time Monday.
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