Friday, May 25, 2012
A deputy was sent to the 800 block of Nandina Drive in Murrells Inlet at about 9:45 p.m. May 19 after a caller reported seeing a man on top of a woman inside a car on the side of the road.
“It did not appear the occupants were fighting but were engaged in other activities,” the report states.
When the deputy arrived he saw the two people in the car were passed out. The female was “reclined in her seat, her dress top was pulled down and her breasts were exposed,” the deputy noted.
Other parts of her body were also exposed.
The officer knocked on the window and the 31-year-old Myrtle Beach man woke up.
The woman was ordered to cover up and the man was asked to hand over his driver’s license. He gave the deputy a bank card.
“I asked the male if this was his driver’s license and he said ‘yes,’ the report states, adding the man was “highly intoxicated.”
Both the man and woman, who was also intoxicated, were arrested for disorderly conduct.
Drunk and in the wrong house
A couple from Calais Drive in DeBordieu called 911 from their upstairs bedroom at about 12:30 a.m. May 20 after hearing someone downstairs.
The couple stayed upstairs. When deputies arrived, they entered the home and found a “very intoxicated” 42-year-old Murrells Inlet man inside.
The man was ordered to get on the ground but he just laughed at the officers.
One of the deputies then forced the man to the ground and he was handcuffed.
He told the officers he did not know whose house he was in and had no idea how he got there.
The homeowners said they do not know the man who was charged with breach of peace.
Broken joggling board
The manager of the Dead Dog Saloon said there were several intoxicated people messing around with a joggling board after he told them not to bounce on it.
A worker heard the joggling board break and when employees confronted the suspects about it they threatened to fight the workers and manager.
When the manager said he was calling police, the suspects got on their motorcycles and left.
Lewd calls to nurses
Two female employees of Waccamaw Community Hospital said a man keeps calling the nursery “saying perverted things to them.”
They said the calls started May 18 and continued until after they called 911 about six hours later.
According to hospital security, the man has been calling various departments of the hospital for several months.
While the deputy was at the hospital, the man called again.
Thinking he was talking to a nurse, the man asked for directions to the hospital from Sampit.
As the man continued to talk, it was obvious he was performing a sex act.
When he was told he was talking to a deputy, he quickly hung up.
One of the female workers said he had made a similar sexual remark to her when he called.
Because of the hospital’s phone system, the number could not be traced.
Information is subject to change as the investigation proceeds. Individuals arrested and/or charged have not been convicted.
— Compiled by Scott Harper