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3 teens charged with stealing $100K in motorcycles and ATVs in Orangeburg

Talmadge Sprinkle Jr., far left, Maurkiem Davis, center, Ricquan Corley, far right, all face charges of burglary in the second degree. (Source: WISTV) Talmadge Sprinkle Jr., far left, Maurkiem Davis, center, Ricquan Corley, far right, all face charges of burglary in the second degree. (Source: WISTV)
ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SC (WIS) -

Three teens have been arrested by Orangeburg County deputies for a burglary at the Honda of Orangeburg.

Ricquan Corley, 18, Talmadge Sprinkle Jr., 18, and Maurkiem Davis, 17, all face charges of burglary in the second degree.

According to the incident report, the burglary happened on Sunday, October 9, between 1 and 5 a.m. at the Honda of Orangeburg at 170 American Lane. Orangeburg deputies said the teens stole multiple motorcycles and ATV’s of all makes and models.

 The total value of the stolen property was $100,000, according to the incident report. 

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