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Deputies: 2 SC men behind bars after stealing more than $10K from Upstate business

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Neil Trammell (L), Trevor Wilson (R). (Source: KCDC) Neil Trammell (L), Trevor Wilson (R). (Source: KCDC)
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Two South Carolina men are behind bars in connection to a burglary and grand larceny incident, per the sheriff’s office.

The sheriff’s office confirms 21-year-old Trevor Dee Wilson of Chester County and 28-year-old Neil Trammell of Union County where each charged with one count of second degree burglary and grand larceny.

Deputies say on June 6, the two men broke into a business on Delta Farm Road in Union and stole items valued at more than $10,000.

Investigators were able to identify evidence that linked both men to the crime.

They are currently behind bars at the Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office for trafficking drugs. The Whitmire Police Department and Newberry County Sheriff’s Office will also be charging the individuals with burglary and grand larceny in their jurisdiction.

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