Charleston Police have charged a man in connection with two West Ashley burglaries that occurred between Aug. 4 and Aug. 7 on Jobee and Parkwood Estates drives.
Police also have charged a woman in the Parkwood Estates Drive burglary.
Among items stolen were a laptop, an iPhone, jewelry and two pocket knives.
Romel B. Chaplin, 27, of North Woodmere Drive, is charged with two counts of second-degree burglary and two counts of financial transaction card fraud, according to police. The fraud charges stem from the use of a credit card stolen during one of the burglaries.
Katherine Eve Holliday, 25, of Blockade Lane is charged with second-degree burglary, according to police.
Chaplin and Holliday are being held in the Charleston County jail.
The investigation is ongoing.
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