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2 caught on camera while burglarizing Bennettsville home, authorities say

Sosha Nicole Peters and William Caulder. (Source: MCSO) Sosha Nicole Peters and William Caulder. (Source: MCSO)

BENNETTSVILLE, SC (WMBF) – A man and a woman from Bennettsville were arrested after they were caught on camera breaking into a Bennettsville home and stealing property, according to a news release from the Marlboro County Sheriff’s Office.

Sosha Nicole Peters, 23, and 26-year-old William Caulder were arrested for an incident that happened on January 9, 2016.

The Marlboro County Sheriff’s Office responded to a home on Salem Road, where Peters and Caulder were seen on video surveillance. The release states that Peters broke into the home while Caulder stayed in the front yard as a lookout.

The stolen property was recovered and returned to the victim. Peters and Caulder cooperated with investigators, the release states.

Peters is charged with first-degree burglary, criminal conspiracy, malicious injury to personal property, and petit larceny. Caulder is charged with criminal conspiracy and accessory to a class A felony. Caulder has similar priors and is also a registered sex offender for a 2005 incident. He also had an outstanding bench warrant for failure to appear.

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