Suspects in Perry police station break-in now in Aiken jail

Friday, Nov. 21, 2008 10:14 AM
Last updated Saturday, May 29, 2010 1:04 AM
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AIKEN -- Two men sought for the burglary and theft from the Perry Police Department are being held at the Aiken County Detention Center, authorities announced this morning.

W. Michael Hutto and Daniel Conder surrendered to deputies about 9 p.m. last night at the Aiken County Sheriff's Office, according to a statement released today.

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patriciathomas 11/21/08 - 10:22 am
I wonder if these two are

I wonder if these two are from Earth. Did they say "tag, you're it" when they surrendered?

jackfruitpaper833 11/21/08 - 01:42 pm
I don't understand why they

I don't understand why they would want to GIVE UP their lives for this type of offense. I always say, it could have been me and thank God for Grace and Mercy. Even though I wasn't a problem child/teen/adult but still, it could have been me.

whitescorpion 11/21/08 - 03:14 pm
jackfruitpaper... sounds like

jackfruitpaper... sounds like your a law abiding citizen, so I don't understand how it could have been you that got involved in such nonsense. I think I know what you mean though. I guess when I look back I thank God that from time to time I saved myself by not making the extremely stupid decision that almost seemed inevitable. I have looked back and said; you know, if I was still living the way I lived, then yeah; it could have been me.

Justthefacts please
Justthefacts please 11/21/08 - 09:48 pm
If these two surrendered they

If these two surrendered they must have been guilty. If they are guilty they certainly are worthy of consideration for the Darwin award. I always say you have to be stupid to be a criminal, and this reinforces my claim. It's dumb enough to steal from law-abiding citizens but to steal from those charged with enforcing the law ranks at the top of the list for stupid.

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