Sisters accused of stealing jewelry
Two Rock Hill sisters were in jail Tuesday after police said they stole more than $11,000 worth of jewelry from a home where the sisters used to live, said Rock Hill police Lt. Jerry Waldrop.
Authorities on Monday charged Kori Jaynell Wilson, 19, of 603 Annafrel St., and Elisica N. Wilson, 17, of 621 E. Main St., with grand larceny and criminal conspiracy, according to police reports.
The charges stem from an incident that happened between May 19 and May 30 at 621 E. Main St., where the Wilson sisters once lived. The 48-year-old victim told police that Kori Wilson had stolen pieces of jewelry and pawned them in the Rock Hill area, the report notes.
Kori Wilson was kicked out of the residence when the victim discovered that $11,235 in jewelry was missing, according to the report.
Bond was set at $5,000 each. Kori Wilson was released on bond Tuesday evening. Elisica Wilson remained in custody.
District Two forum planned for tonight
A trio of Republican candidates running for the York County Council will square off tonight in a forum.
District 2 hopefuls Tom Smith, David McCorkle and Bill Stiles will take part in the 7 p.m. event in the Crowders Creek School media center. The event is sponsored by the Lake Wylie and Clover chambers of commerce.
Smith is the incumbent in the June 10 primary.