Clemson police make second arrest in thefts

CLEMSON — Clemson police made a second arrest last week in a recent string of vehicle break-ins.



According to a release from Clemson Police Chief Jimmy Dixon, the city has been experiencing a rash of break-ins throughout the city, primarily on unlocked vehicles.

Last Wednesday, Dixon announced that James Anthony Durham, 36, of Seneca, had been charged in relation to the break-ins. Durham faces charges of breaking into a motor vehicle, malicious damage to personal property and petit larceny, while Dixon said the investigation could lead to more charges being filed.

Officers had earlier arrested Bradley Troyell Williams Jr., 19, charging him with  with one count each of grand larceny and petit larceny, as well as 17 counts of breaking into a motor vehicle.