Teens charged in vehicle break-ins

CLEMSON — Police have arrested two teenagers in connection with a series of vehicle break-ins in Clemson last week.

Nyshaun Londarius Holland-Martin, 17, and Honrie Rashun Martin, 18, both of Anderson, were each charged with four counts of petit larceny, in addition to 10 counts of breaking into a motor vehicle.

The two were still being held at the Pickens County Detention Center on Tuesday — Martin on a combined $54,000 surety bond and Holland-Martin on a combined $50,000 surety bond.

Clemson Police Chief Jimmy Dixon said officers were patrolling Tiger Towne Village, an apartment complex on the east side of the city, during the early morning hours last Wednesday when an officer saw a a person run between two vehicles.

After a short foot pursuit, the suspect was caught and questioned. Officers also found a second suspect lying in a vehicle the two had driven to the complex, police said. Dixon said officers learned the two had broken into 10 vehicles.