FORT MILL -- Police on Thursday jailed a second Fort Mill teen in last week's burglary at the Anne Springs Close Greenway office.
Authorities charged 18-year-old Justin Shayne McAteer of 249 Sleepy Hollow Road in the burglary, according to a report from the Fort Mill Police Department. McAteer's specific charges were not available Thursday night.
On Wednesday, police charged David Lee Ross III, 17, of the same address. Ross, whose fingerprint was found at the scene, was charged with grand larceny, two counts of second-degree burglary and two counts of conspiracy, according to multiple arrest warrants.
Documents show that when questioned by police days after the burglary, Ross admitted to breaking into the building with McAteer, according to the report and arrest warrant.
The charges against the pair stem from break-ins that happened last October and Feb. 13, at 250 Dairy Barn Lane, the headquarters for Leroy Springs and Co.
During the Feb. 13 break-in, two Dell computers were stolen.
A judge set bond for each teen at $50,000. Both remained in custody Thursday night at the detention center.