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10 people were issued citations at a bar in Murrells Inlet for violating the governor’s order designed to limit the spread of the coronavirus, Georgetown County deputies said.

On Friday, April 17, deputies were notified that Uncle Tito’s, at 4124 U.S. Business 17, Murrells Inlet, was allowing patrons in the back door and operating in violation of Gov. Henry McMaster’s emergency declaration.

When officers entered at approximately 9 p.m., they found people seated and standing throughout the bar in possession of alcoholic beverages. They were told by a subject behind the bar that people were playing darts and conducting a work meeting. They later determined that not all of the subjects were employees.

The following were issued citations for failure to disperse in emergency area:

From Murrells Inlet

  • James Feuger, age 51
  • Katie Ford, 31
  • Walter Standish, 43
  • Amanda Millen, 28
  • Meredith Millen, 34
  • Brittany Thomason, 33
  • Charles Harrison, 32
  • Rodney Thomason, 37
  • Vandelyn Nichols, 36

From Myrtle Beach

  • Jonathan Repak, 38, of Myrtle Beach.