Three people have been arrested and charged in connection with a home invasion that happened Wednesday morning in Darlington County.
Police say a juvenile called police around 10:30 a.m. and said that two men forced their way into the home off Iseman Road and that one was armed with a rifle.
Police said in a release that the men threatened harm to the people in the home, but left without taking anything and that no one was hurt.
The juvenile told police that the men left in a black SUV that was driven by a woman, according to the release.
James Bryce Futrell, 27, of Hartsville; Lauren Elizabeth Timmons, 27, of Darlington; and James Franks Polson Jr., 60, of Darlington have been charged in this incident.
Futrell has been charged with Burglary 1st, Criminal Conspiracy and Possession of a Weapon During Commission of a Violent Crime.
Timmons has been charged with Criminal Conspiracy and Accessory Before the Fact of a Felony.
Polson has been charged with Burglary 1st and Criminal Conspiracy.
Futrell and Timmons were charged earlier in August with Manufacturing Meth and Unlawful Neglect after police found a meth lab at a home on Riverview Drive in Darlington. A child who was not at the home when police arrived was placed with other family members.