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Three suspects arrested after robbing West Ashley apartment

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Charleston Police arrested three men Thursday morning after they burglarized a West Chase Drive apartment. Charleston Police arrested three men Thursday morning after they burglarized a West Chase Drive apartment.
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Charleston Police arrested three men Thursday morning after they burglarized a West Chase Drive apartment.

Ishmel Lemon, 27, of Seacroft Road and Jordan Brown, 21, of Fiall Street, are charged with burglary 1st degree.

Antwain Champagne, 27, of Champaign Lane, is charged with burglary 1st degree, simple possession of marijuana and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime.

The incident began about 11 p.m. when someone knocked on the victim's apartment door. She looked through the peephole, didn't recognize him and didn't respond. The victim then heard footsteps on the exterior stairs followed by the sound of glass breaking in the front bedroom.

She then ran into a closet and called the police. While in the closet, she heard and saw several unknown males rummaging through her apartment. The males then left the apartment.

Officers arrived on scene and the victim provided them with a description of the suspects. All three suspects were arrested in the West Chase Apartments complex.

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