Thursday, October 17, 2013
On Monday, Oct. 14 Georgetown police arrested one person in connection with the previous day's armed robberies of the North Hazard Street Scotchman store and the Maryville Dollar General.
A second man was arrested Wednesday.
A third suspect was arrested Friday.
Police Capt. Nelson Brown said Nigal Omar Vanderhorst of 565 Brailsford Road, McClellanville was arrested without incident.
The United States Marshall's service assisted in locating Vanderhorst.
Josh Lamar Green, 23, of Old Collins Creek Road in McClellanville was arrested at his home with the help of the Charleston County Sheriff's Office Swat Team and the Highway Patrol.
Shakeem Isiah Geathers, 19, of 610 Brailsford Road McClellanville, was arrested at the Taco Bell in Mt. Pleasant without incident Wednesday. Geathers was brought back to Georgetown and is in the Georgetown County Detention Center charged with two counts of armed robbery.
The Scotchman robbery occurred at 9:45 PM Sunday, Oct. 13 and the Dollar General at 9:54 PM.
In both cases, two men walked in the store and presented a gun. They demanded money which they were given. No one was hurt in either robbery.
Brown said one of the three stayed in the car during the robberies.
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