Skip to content

Two Caught Breaking Into A Summerville Home

Two people have been arrested for breaking into a Union Street home on Saturday, according to Summerville Police reports.

Kerry Price noticed a white male and a mixed female breaking into his brother’s unoccupied residence on Union Street. Officers responded and immediately found a man standing in the doorway.

“Upon arrival, myself and Deputy Derek Mitchell walked toward the residence with weapons drawn. Deputy Mitchell encountered a shirtless white male in the doorway of the residence and advised him to exit the residence and get on the ground. The subject exited the residence but did not get on the ground immediately and had to be assisted to the ground before being detained,” Officer Jo Stricklin stated.

The man was identified as Clayton Sanders, 28, homeless.

Officers entered the house looking for Sanders’ accomplice and did not find her inside. Instead, they discovered the house had been ransacked.

“Search was made for the female subject and shortly after she was found walking on Northwest Congress Street near Woodland Avenue and positively identified as [28-year-old] Ischa Sanders,” Officer Stricklin said.

Detective Brian Ozment was called to the scene to see if anything was missing.

“[Ischa] in concert with Clayton Sanders, did enter into the dwelling house of Pierre Price’s located at 374 Union Street without consent or permission and did steal a 32” flat screen television with the intent to deprive the owner of said television,” according to a warrant. But Ischa and Clayton were arrested for first-degree burglary.

Leave a Comment