Mount Pleasant teen charged in Snee Farm car break-ins

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCIV) — A 17-year-old has been charged with 11 counts of breaking into a motor vehicle following an investigation into car break-ins in Snee Farm.

According to an incident report provided by the Mount Pleasant Police Department, Daniel Connors O'Hearn was under the influence of Xanax Tuesday when he was arrested. Police investigators believe he is responsible for taking at least $3,996 in valuables from vehicles in the area of Snee Farm.

Among those valuables, according to the report, was a cash bag containing $300 and a Beretta 92FS loaded with hollow-point rounds.

O'Hearn, a resident of Lanterns Rest in Mount Pleasant, was arrested for crimes reported on January 17 and 18.

Police officers responding said in the report Parliament brand cigarette butts and a crushed pack were found at two of the scenes in January.

Officials have not confirmed if those cigarette butts somehow led them to O'Hearn's arrest.

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