Man wanted by DEU arrested in Myrtle Beach

  • Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Xavier Reed

A Georgetown an who was wanted by the 15th Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit has been arrested. Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Carrie Cuthbertson said 19-year-old Xavier Rashon Reed was arrested Friday.

She said investigators learned Reed was possibly in Myrtle Beach. On Friday, they found him at the Monticello Apartments, 1300 Osceola Street. Reed was taken into custody, in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Reed was transported to the Georgetown County Detention Center where he will be housed.

Cuthbertson said Reed fled from Agents conducting an investigation into narcotics sales in the City and County of Georgetown on August 11.

He is charged with two counts of Assault and Battery of a High & Aggravated Nature, one count of Failure to Stop for Blue Lights, one count of Malicious Injury to Real Property and Driving Under Suspension Second Offense.

At the time of the incident, Reed was on early supervised release from the South Carolina Department of Corrections.


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