Second Toccoa man arrested and charged in connection with South Carolina crime investigation
Roger Laquerrius Neal, 34, of Toccoa, was arrested Sunday morning by the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office and charged with four charges each of second degree burglary and malicious injury to property, as well as two counts of grand larceny. The arrest comes as part of the investigation into a reported burglary earlier this year.
According to the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office, in June of this year, deputies were called to a storage unit business on Toccoa Highway for reports of a burglary. At the business they found four separate storage units had been broken into more than a week before. In September, Bradley Alexander Cleveland, 25, of Toccoa, was arrested in connection with the break-ins.
Neal has also been served an arrest warrant on charges of grand larceny in connection with an investigation being conducted by the Seneca Police Department.
Neal remains in the custody at the Oconee County Detention Center on a combined $287,500 surety bond
Cleveland also remains in jail on a combined $128,500 surety bond on four counts each of Second Degree Burglary and Malicious Injury to Property as well as two counts of Grand Larceny.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is continuing its investigation. Both Neal and Alexander will be required to wear electronic monitoring devices, as a condition of bond, should they be released from jail.