Thursday, July 17, 2014
A 60-year-old Murrells Inlet woman says she has been harassed by her 67-year-old boyfriend – via e-mail.
The woman said she had supper with the man July 6 and during the meal he called her “vulgar names” and said he was going to “put nude photos of her on the internet,” the report states.
After leaving the restaurant and returning home, the woman began receiving e-mails from the man containing more vulgar language and he ignored her demands to stop.
The deputy called the man who did not answer his phone, so he left a voicemail warning him to send no more e-mails to the woman.
After the deputy left, the man sent another e-mail but the case was closed because the woman decided she did not want to press charges.
A woman from the 4400 block of Wintersweet Lane called deputies to her home July 2 because her 18-year-old son was punching holes in the wall and would not stop.
The deputy approached the suspect and asked him if he had any weapons.
“I do and I have a lot of them,” the man reportedly replied.
He was searched and no weapons were found on his person.
While being questioned, the man began cussing at his mother and was warned by the deputy to stop.
He was even taken outside of the house to separate himself from his mother but the profanity shouting continued. And, he started cursing at the deputy.
The man was arrested for disorderly conduct.
An employee of the Murrells Inlet Waffle House said three men ordered $44 worth of food July 2 and when they finished their meals two of them walked out without paying.
The woman showed the deputy video of the men eating then leaving.
A waitress said she had never seen the men before and never heard them mention names.
Work truck stolen
A 1995 Chevy truck was reportedly stolen from a Myrtle Beach man while it was parked behind The Beaver Bar.
The man said he parked his truck behind the bar June 26 and it was gone when he returned July 1.
He said he left the truck, which he uses for his business, unlocked with the keys on the floor like he always does.
He said he had about $500 worth of work tools in the truck.
Stolen paddle boards
A Murrells Inlet man said two paddle boards were stolen from his boat docked at Crazy Sisters Marina.
He said he knows the boards, valued at $2,500, were on the boat the 4th of July. He noticed they were gone July 6.
The marina’s security cameras do not cover the area where the man’s boat was docked.
The employees did not have access to the video from the other cameras while the deputy was on the scene.
Information is subject to change as investigations proceed. Individuals arrested and/or charged have not been convicted.
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