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DNA tests lead to Loris man arrest

Barrington Broadcasting Group,
BYLINE: Continuous News Desk
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Conway, SC

2010-11-18_INT_DNA tests lead to Loris man arrest
Darrell Alford

A Loris man is charged after DNA tests showed he broke into a Conway charity's office last year.

Darrell Alford, 28, is accused of burglarizing the Churches Assisting People office on Main Street on December 12th.

While working the Conway Christmas Parade last year, officers noticed a broken window at the CAP office.

A computer, phone charger, intercom system, and $50 were missing.

Two blood spots on the table where the computer was were tested. Wednesday, Conway Police received the results from SLED with a positive match to Alford.

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