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Clockwise from top left: Steve Cagle; Michelle Collins; Joseph Griggs; Kathryn Griggs; Bruce Jackson; and Frankie McNeil (Source: Darlington County Sheriff's Office) Clockwise from top left: Steve Cagle; Michelle Collins; Joseph Griggs; Kathryn Griggs; Bruce Jackson; and Frankie McNeil (Source: Darlington County Sheriff's Office)
Darlington County law enforcement recovered this piece of heavy equipment during an investigation into recent thefts. (Source: Darlington County Sheriff's Office) Darlington County law enforcement recovered this piece of heavy equipment during an investigation into recent thefts. (Source: Darlington County Sheriff's Office)
Darlington County law enforcement recovered this piece of heavy equipment during an investigation into recent thefts. (Source: Darlington County Sheriff's Office) Darlington County law enforcement recovered this piece of heavy equipment during an investigation into recent thefts. (Source: Darlington County Sheriff's Office)

DARLINGTON, SC (WMBF) – Six people were arrested in connection with the theft of $180,000 in construction equipment in Darlington.

According to a press release from the Darlington County Sheriff’s Office, the following individuals were each charged with grand larceny greater than $10,000: Bruce Steven Jackson of Darlington; Michelle Dion Collins of Hartsville; Steve Douglas Cagle of Hartsville; Kathryn Nyopal Griggs of Hartsville; and Frankie Lee McNeil of Hartsville.

Additionally, Joseph Leslie Griggs Jr., of Hartsville, was charged with criminal conspiracy.

From Jan. 20 to Jan. 24, investigators with the DCSO recovered several pieces of heavy equipment belonging to Kirven Construction and Evans Construction, the release stated.

The equipment was reportedly stolen from several construction sites in Darlington.

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