Police roundup |Man arrested in connection with July bar fight

August 13, 2012 

Police

MYRTLE BEACH

Man arrested for July bar fight

A Myrtle Beach man was arrested Monday morning on a warrant in connection with a July bar fight that started after he and the victim poured beer on one another, according to an incident report from the Myrtle Beach Police Department.

Krasimir Yavashev, 26, was booked on a warrant charging third-degree assault and battery by a mob. He reportedly arrived at the Myrtle Beach Police Department with his attorney to surrender.

Police said on July 24, Yavashev poured beer on the victim at Burger City Sports Bar, located at 1901 N. Kings Hwy., in Myrtle Beach.

The victim then poured his beer on Yavashev, which led to an argument that escalated into a fist fight. A security guard separated the two and escorted Yavashev outside, the report stated.

The victim went outside to call the police, and got into another argument with the suspect and another man. Yavashev allegedly pushed him to the ground and he and the second suspect began punching and kicking the victim, according to the report.

Both assailants left after the victim started yelling.

MYRTLE BEACH

Man charged with locking dog in hot car

A North Carolina man was arrested Sunday after allegedly leaving a small dog locked inside a hot car while at Myrtle Beach restaurant, according to an arrest report.

Eric Maurice Vallery, 31, of Winston Salem, N.C., was charged with abandoning or mistreating an animal.

Officers with the Myrtle Beach Police Department arrived at Mammy’s Kitchen, located at 1010 N. Kings Hwy., after reports came in of a small dog locked inside a car.

The white Bischon Frise was reportedly locked inside a Nissan with the rear windows slightly cracked, the report stated. The temperature inside the car was 99 degrees, and the animal had been inside for 45 minutes, according to police.

Local

MYRTLE BEACH

7th District nominee to tour Pee Dee

The Republican nominee for South Carolina’s new 7th Congressional District is launching a tour of the Pee Dee.

Horry County Council Chairman Tom Rice has planned six stops at restaurants to meet voters in the rural part of the district.

His began his tour Monday morning in Chesterfield.

He has stops planned for Marion, Dillon and McColl on Wednesday.

Rice says he wants to talk face-to-face with supporters he missed while campaigning for the Republican primary.

Rice beat former Lt. Gov. Andrew Bauer in a primary runoff for the district that stretches from Florence to Myrtle Beach. Rice is a retired lawyer and accountant.

CONWAY

CCU seeking alumni award nominees

Coastal Carolina University’s Alumni Association is seeking nominations for the 2012 Outstanding Alumni awards.

An award is given to the outstanding alumnus of each of the university’s four colleges plus awards for the Overall Outstanding Alumnus and the Young Alumnus of the Year.

Nominees for the Young Alumnus award must have graduated in the last five years, and other nominees also must be graduates of CCU.

The deadline for submitting nominations is Sept. 14.

A full list of criteria and nomination forms are available online at www.coastal.edu/alumni/alumnusawards.html.

For more information, contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 349-2586 or at alumni@coastal.edu.

HORRY COUNTY

Pet vaccination clinic set for Thursday

The Horry County Animal Care Center will hold a vaccination clinic from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, at the animal shelter located at 1923 Industrial Park Road in Conway, according to information from Lisa Bourcier, Horry County spokeswoman.

Vaccines for dogs and cats will run $10. There also is a $15 fee if the owner wants to get their pet microchipped as well.

For more information, contact the Horry County Animal Care Center at 915-5172.

From staff reports

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