Police Blotter: Police looking for breach of trust suspect

  • Friday, June 13, 2014

Timothy Geathers

The Georgetown Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating Timothy Geathers.

He is wanted for Breach of Trust with Fraudulent Intent more than $2000. His last known address is 110 Frank Williams Drive Georgetown.

Geathers is 5’11, 155 pounds.

Anyone with information on the location of Geathers is asked to contact the Georgetown Police Department at 843-545-4300 or the Department’s Tip line at 843-545-4400.

‘Chilling’ in boy’s room

A 16-year-old female, who was “incoherent” and “under the influence was found in the boy’s restroom at the Georgetown High School Career Center June 4.

When a police officer confronted the “disoriented” teen and asked why she was in the boy’s room, the teen said she was “just chilling.” She was asked to get her stuff and get out of that room.

The assistant principal told the officer he believes the teen was smoking in the bathroom because of the “distinct odor” coming from the room.

The administrator told the girl to empty her pockets and she responded “don’t you need a warrant?”

She was asked again to empty her pockets and again she refused. She was escorted to the office where she became “belligerent and irate,” the report states. She repeatedly used profanity towards the officer, so she was arrested.

In her possession, police found a pack containing a “green leafy substance” and a half-smoked blunt.

She is expected to appear in court in July.

Shots fired in Bayview?

Police were called to the 300 block of Bayview Drive at about 9 a.m. Tuesday where a woman said she heard two possible gunshots near her building.

She said when she walked outside she saw two men arguing in the grassy area near the building. When they saw her they fled on foot towards the Cravens Grant development.

The two were questioned by police and denied firing a gun and said they did not hear any gunfire.

They were not charged with the gunfire call, however one of the men had an outstanding county warrant for assault and battery, so he was arrested.

Unruly barefoot man

A man who walked into the Murrells Inlet Waffle House barefoot at about 2:30 a.m. June 5 is accused of causing problems.

The man, believed to be around 25 years old, was asked by a manager to put on shoes. A woman he was with handed him the flip flops she was wearing. The manager told her she could not do that because she needed shoes also.

The man then started cussing at the manager before he walked outside, picked up the cigarette butt can and threw it across the parking lot casing it to break in in three places.

The manager did not want to press charges but wanted a report on file in case the man returns to the restaurant.

Out behind Kangaroo

An intoxicated man was spotted digging through a Dumpster at the Hess Wilco station on Church Street Saturday afternoon.

By the time police arrived, the man was no longer at the Hess but was found lying on the ground behind the Kangaroo station next door.

The 46-year-old man from New Jersey had “a heavy odor of alcohol about his person” and was arrested for public intoxication.

Theft at Huntington

Two North Carolina women and their husbands were walking on the beach at Huntington Beach State Park June 3 when they saw two men going through their beach bags.

The husband of one of the women ran towards the men but was unable to catch them.

The suspects were carrying the beach bags as they fled. The women said they believe the men left on mopeds.

The bags contained clothing and other items.

The thieves were not located.

Disorderly at hospital

A 38-year-old Myrtle Beach man was arrested June for for being “disorderly” and “drunk” at Waccamaw Community Hospital.

A deputy reports the man was cursing when he arrived on the scene and was warned to calm down.

The man said he did not like his male nurse and refused to allow that nurse to inject an IV. He demanded to be treated by another nurse.

The man was warned again he would be arrested and he told the deputy to go ahead and arrest him because he has “done time before.”

So, he was taken to jail.

Center burglarized

Sometime on June 5 or 6, someone, or more than one person, broke into St. Luke Community Center.

The woman who called deputies said the about $370 was missing from a desk drawer.

There are no suspects listed on the report.

Information is subject to change as the investigation proceeds. Individuals arrested and/or charged have not been convicted.

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