An anonymous caller reported a black BMW in parking lot of the Murrells Inlet with an infant and two other small children inside around 1:15 p.m. July 20.
A woman from Blackthorn Court in Andrews suffered a cut severe enough to require EMS attention July 25.
After receiving complaints about drug activity in the Andrews area, the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office launched an investigation and made three …
Georgetown police helped talk a man down who was threatening to jump from the Maryville bridge at about 5 p.m. July 25.
At approximately 10:10 a.m. July 17, a deputy and EMS responded to Crepe Court in Murrells Inlet because of an “extremely intoxicated” woman lying in the road.
An anonymous person called 911 July 20 to report a possible case of child abuse on the beach at Pawleys Island July 20.
A woman from Deer Springs Loop near Andrews, said she was attacked by her father and grandfather July 17.
A woman living in the 100 block of Missroon Road said more the $770 worth of items were stolen from the home during a burglary that occurred sometime between July 17-19 while she was in jail.
A call about a man with a gun at the Pawleys Island Sonic Drive-In sent deputies rushing to that location at about 10:30 p.m., July 12.
A 28-year-old Murrells Inlet woman said her ex-boyfriend, also 28, called her July 8 and got angry with her.
At just past 3 a.m., July 11, Georgetown police were dispatched to the area of A Street and Emmanuel Road because a 31-year-old man with a handgun was trying to fight people.
A Georgetown man convicted on heroin charges will not be eligible for parole until the year 2035 at the earliest.
A 63-year-old Georgetown man said he was shot while driving on Powell Road near Village Road at about 3:30 p.m. July 11.
A 60-year-old Murrells Inlet woman says she has been harassed by her 67-year-old boyfriend – via e-mail.
Horry County authorities are looking for a woman who has worn a hooded sweatshirt in two different robberies recently.
A man reported someone has been breaking into an apartment on Brandy Mill Way since May and has been taking showers and moving things around but nothing was stolen.
A golf cart, belonging to a woman from the 400 block of Front Street, was reported stolen on the 4th of July.
Georgetown police had to use a gun and Taser to stop a vicious charging Bulldog Monday morning.
The South Carolina Attorney General’s office has received numerous calls from people in at least seven states about a scam.
A 32-year-old Georgetown woman who, police say, was caught shoplifting at Walmart on Independence Day, said she did it because her children wanted to go to the beach.
A Waccamaw Community Hospital nurse told a deputy she wanted to file a report after she was attacked by a 47-year-old woman she described as a “mental patient.”
An 18-year-old Pawleys Island man says he was sitting on the beach when another man, same age, yanked the towel he was sitting on from underneath him. The suspect then reportedly approached the victim “in a threatening manner causing the victim to back away,” a Pawleys Island police report states.
A Georgetown man says he was assaulted while at Sarah’s Nightlife in Andrews June 28.
The Department of Social Services was called to help investigate after a 10-month old boy from Player Road was taken to the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston with a “non-accidental spiral fracture to the femur,” a report states.
Deputies responding to Lady Banks Lane in Murrells Inlet took a report of an assault and alleged rape attempt June 15.
A Litchfield Beach and Golf security guard called a deputy to Retreat Beach Circle June 16 because of people with glass containers on the beach.
A deputy was dispatched to the 100 block of Deepwood Court near Andrews June 20 after receiving a report dogs had been left in a home for 11 days with no food or water.
A deputy spoke with a woman by phone June 12 who said her 18-year-old daughter – who lives with her in Vermont and has the mental capacity of a 5-year-old – has been receiving explicit text messages from a 44-year-old Georgetown man.
A man who lives near Pawleys Island Veterinary Hospital called 911, June 14, to report the dogs had been barking all morning.