Harley Ray Thomas, 20, Christina B. Merritt, 34, and Shannon Earl Garland, 37, all of 212 C Three Bridges Road, Greenville, were charged.
Since October, police say they responded to reports of the thefts in buildings on or near U.S. 123, according to a release from the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office.
One incident involved eight air conditioning units at Crosswell Elementary.
Those units, valued at $72,000, were stripped of their condensers and evaporator coils, the release stated.
Units were also taken from Service Master, the First Assembly of God on Saco Lowell Road, Sassy Pooch and Kits Pet Grooming and a residence along the highway, according to the release.
Two of the three Greenville residents were arrested Monday, Dec. 28.
Thomas faces two counts of grand larceny and once count of malicious damage.
Merritt was charged with five counts of grand larceny and one count of burglary, third degree.
Police said Garland faces a total of seven charges, including five counts of grand larceny, one count of burglary, third degree, and one count of malicious damage.
He had not been taken into custody as of press time.
Thomas was released Monday on a $15,000 personal recognizance bond, and Merritt is still being held at the Pickens County Detention Center awaiting a bond hearing.
Police say they believe the three may be connected to incidents in Greenville and Anderson counties as well, according to the release.