Man who exposed himself at jail guilty
A 22-year-old man was ordered to serve a year in prison after he was found guilty of an indecent exposure charge, according to the 15th Circuit Solicitor’s Office.
Kevin Deon Bizzle, 22, was tried before Circuit Court Judge Benjamin Culbertson and convicted on the charge, according to authorities. He was sentenced to a year in prison or pay a $1,000 fine. He also must pay court costs.
Bizzle was indicted in July on the charge, which stemmed from an incident on April 26 at J. Reuben Long Detention Center.
The sentence is running concurrently to another sentence in which Bizzle pleaded guilty on Aug. 12, 2009, to strong arm robbery.
Circuit Court Judge William Jeffery Young sentenced Bizzle to seven years, but suspended that to 40 months and three years probation, according to court records.
Teens treated for alcohol poisoning
A 26-year-old Loris man was arrested after neighbors reported an 18-year-old man threatened them with a baseball bat while running around the neighborhood half-dressed, according to a police report.
Mikellhia McKenzie Banaduc, 26, of Loris was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor and two counts of giving alcohol to a minor, according to records at J. Reuben Long Detention Center. He was released on $1,000 bail on the alcohol charge, but no bail was set on the contributing charge.
The charges stemmed from officers being called early Wednesday to 4350 Baker St., in Little River for an intoxicated man with a baseball bat, who was partially dressed and disturbing neighbors, according to an Horry County police report. Police learned a party was being held at the house and Banaduc had supplied alcohol to minors.
The 18-year-old man was found with cuts on his body and officers noted he was unsteady on his feet and highly intoxicated, according to the report. An 18-year-old woman also was found passed out and highly intoxicated at the home.
Both teens were taken to Seacoast Medical Center and admitted to the Intensive Care Unit for alcohol poisoning, according to the report. Officers noted that the parents of the 18-year-old man were working at the time of the incident.
Man refuses to sign receipt, gets arrested
A New York man was arrested after he refused to sign a credit card receipt at a Myrtle Beach restaurant, according to a police report.
William J. Wilson, 33, of Fishkill, N.Y., was charged with defrauding a restaurant after officers were called at 12:30 a.m. Thursday to Rodeo Bar and Grill at 1318 Celebrity Circle for a disturbance, police said.
A security guard detained Wilson after he acted disorderly and refused to sign a receipt for the bill at the restaurant, according to the report. When police arrived they found Wilson cussing and causing a disturbance.
Officers gave Wilson three chances to sign the receipt, but he refused. Wilson did not dispute the charges, which totaled $54, according to the report. A manager told police that Wilson’s credit card could not be charged without his signature on the receipt.
Boat show to be held Oct. 20
The 23rd annual Wooden Boat Show will be held on Oct. 20 in Georgetown from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The show freatures the nation’s premier wooden boat exhibits, a boat building competition, children’s model building, knot tying, maritime art and crafts, food and music.
More than 100 classic wooden boats will be on display along Front Street in Georgetown’s historic district.
The annual show is produced by the Harbor Historical Association. Admission is free. For more information, visit woodenboatshow.com or facebook.com/woodenboatshow, or call 520-0111.
From staff reports