Bad boy, bad boy, what’cha going to do when Sheriff Leon Lott comes round for you?
That’s one question that 28-year-old Quavion Brooker Bing wasn’t able to answer before the Richland County sheriff was able to apprehend and charge Bing with two counts of burglary and two counts of larceny Monday evening.
Lott said deputies were searching for a suspect who was wanted for burglarizing an apartment in the Chartwell Road area, near St. Andrews Road. The suspect kicked in the rear door of the residence and stole $1,120 worth of electronics, including a 50-inch television.
The suspect was spotted carrying the television in the nearby St. Andrews Apartments and was confronted by deputies, Lott said. The man gave officers a false name and date of birth before he ran on foot.
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Lott said the suspect was spotted behind a building on Broad River Road, which is when Lott began a foot chase to Hunters Ridge Apartments on Springhouse Drive. Lott made the arrest.
Lott said the sheriff’s department’s crime lab was able to link Bing to a Nov. 2 burglary on Zimalcrest Drive through DNA evidence found at that home. The suspect in that case broke through a rear window and stole $2,000 worth of electronics.
Bing was transported to the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center, where he will be held pending a bond hearing.