Police have made an arrest in the burglary of a house in North Charleston in May.
A Brandywine Drive resident told police his house was broken into on the afternoon of May 21. Stolen were $15,300 in cash, three pairs of Nike athletic shoes valued at $220 each, jewelry and electronic equipment.
DeShawn Marquis Evans 19, of Old Highway 52 in Moncks Corner, was charged Monday with second-degree burglary, according to police.
Police served the warrant at the Berkeley County jail, according to an incident report.
Evans was arrested on a different burglary charge in May, according to Berkeley County Court records.
He has since been released on bail, according to court and jail records.
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