Illegal games seized from businesses (Updated)

  • Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Illegal video games were seized from various locations in Georgetown and Horry Counties this week.  According to South Carolina Law Enforcement Division spokeswoman Kathryn Richardson, that agency teamed up with Georgetown and Horry County police, the Georgetown and Horry County Sheriff’s Departments, Surfside Police and the IRS to conduct the operations. Because the operation is still in progress, very few other details have been released. On Tuesday, local authorities served a search warrant and removed several games from Carolina Tobacco Outlet on North Fraser Street in Georgetown.


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