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Three people are in custody after Tuesday night's burglary of a residence at Taylor's Mobile Home Park in Beaufort.
Lajuane Marshay Bleach of Port Royal, Willie McKinley Josey of Burton and Maria Antoinette Williams of Beaufort, all 22, were arrested just after 11 p.m. after Beaufort County Sheriff's Office deputies stopped them leaving the area of a burglary, according to a release from the sheriff's office.
A caller had alerted the Sheriff's department of a burglary in progress at the mobile home park. Upon arrival, deputies noticed a dark-gray Honda Accord driving through the park with its headlights off. Deputies pulled over the car; Bleach tried to make a run for it but was caught, the release said.
A search of the vehicle turned up a 42-inch flat screen television, a DVD player, a car stereo amplifier, a digital camera and several DVDs and CDs, all of which the homeowner identified as property stolen from her home.
All three suspects were charged with first-degree burglary and grand larceny. Bleach and Josey were charged with malicious injury to real property and Bleach with fleeing to evade arrest. They are in the Beaufort County Detention Center awaiting bond hearings.