Swimmer treated for stingray injury
Pawleys Island police officers and emergency officials responded to the beach near Pearce Street for a person who suffered an injury from a stingray, according to authorities.
The incident was reported about 4 p.m. Wednesday and the person was treated by medics, according to police.
Additional details about the incident and the type of injury the person suffered were not iavailable.
Marion man faces nudity charge
A Marion man was charged after police say they saw him exposing himself while walking around a Myrtle Beach park.
Welton Pee, 47, was charged with disorderly conduct/nudity after police were called to Plyer Park at 10th Avenue North and Ocean Boulevard at 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, police said.
Officers wrote in the arrest report that they found the man walking around the park yelling with his pants down around his knees.
Police: Assault followed alleged sex act
Myrtle Beach police are investigating a report from a 33-year-old man who said he was beaten with a glass liquor bottle by a Georgia man who saw him engaged in a sexual act with the man’s wife, according to a police report.
The suspect, a 43-year-old man from Byron, Ga., told officers he went into an outdoor bathroom about 1:45 a.m. Wednesday at Westgate Hotel at 415 S. Ocean Blvd., and saw his wife with the victim, police said.
The suspect has not been formally charged and The Sun News does not identify suspects until warrants are issued.
The suspect, who was intoxicated, told police he hit the victim with a liquor bottle and the victim ran away, according to the report. The victim had cuts on his head, elbow and upper arm. He was taken to Grand Strand Regional Medical Center for treatment.
The victim was intoxicated, but told police that the suspect hit him for no reason and he did not know the suspect, according to the report. Officers found a substantial amount of blood and a broken glass bottle in the women’s outdoor bathroom at the hotel.
‘Some guy’ suspect in man’s beating
Myrtle Beach police are investigating a complaint from a man who said he was beaten in the face, but doesn’t know who did it, according to the report.
The 43-year-old victim was found about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at 802 Third Ave. N., after officers responded to a possible public intoxication call, police said. The victim was taken to Grand Strand Regional Medical Center for treatment.
While at the hospital, the victim was asked where he was hurt at and he responded he didn’t know, according to the report. The victim suffered “severe blunt trauma to the left side of his face,” the officer wrote in the report.
The victim had swelling the size of a softball, the left side of his mouth was split open and there was swelling from his left eye to his ear and jaw, according to the report. The victim told police that “some guy” caused the injuries to him and did not provide any other details.
Police seek purse snatching suspect
A 25-year-old woman told Myrtle Beach police her purse was taken as she walked near an apartment complex park, according to a police report.
The victim called police to 2005 Greens Blvd., a park located next to Quail Marsh Apartments at 10 p.m. Tuesday to report the incident.
She said she was walking along the sidewalk when she heard someone running up behind her. A man snatched her purse and then ran south on Greens Boulevard, according to the report. The victim said the man didn’t say anything to her or touch her.
Officers searched the area for the man and detectives are investigating.
Looking for love? So are these pets
The Grand Strand Humane Society will introduce for adoption some of the dogs and cats received from a hoarding situation at a special event from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday.
“We will offer a special adoption day and fee for the special animals we took in on June 18th in hopes of getting them quickly into a permanent home with a loving family. These beautiful dogs and cats so deserve a stable home with loving care”, said Sandy Brown, executive director.
The event will be held at Grand Strand Humane Society, 3241 Mr. Joe White Ave.
www.grandstrandhumanesociety.com. The adoption fee will be discounted to $25 and will include vaccines and testing. The normal adoption procedure will be followed. If you plan to adopt a cat, please bring a carrier.
Call 843-918-4913 or go to www.grandstrandhumanesociety.com for more information.
From staff reports