Armed robbery suspect turns self in
A man wanted for an armed robbery in Georgetown County Tuesday afternoon is in custody , according to the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office.
Sheriff’s deputies were notified around 11 p.m. Tuesday that Darrel Damain Linen, 21, wanted to turn himself in, according to Carrie Cuthbertson, spokeswoman for the GCSO. Linen was wanted for the robbery of W.T. Owens Store on Pleasant Hill Drive.
Deputies responded to his family residence on County Line Road, and Linen was arrested without incident, police said.
Linen is charged with armed robbery, kidnapping, grand larceny and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime.
Linen is accused of demanding money from an employee at the W.T. Owens Store on Pleasant Hill Drive about 1 p.m. Tuesday.
The employee denied the request, despite Linen being armed with what appeared to be a handgun and Linen fled on foot, Cuthbertson said. No one was injured.
The bloodhound tracking team was called, but the trail was lost and Linen was not found.
Couple charged with domestic violence
A Myrtle Beach couple was arrested late Tuesday following an assault at home on the 6500 block of Wildwood Trail, according to a Myrtle Beach police report.
Cheryll Eulandae Evans, 44, and William Domiquic Scott, 47, are both charged with criminal domestic violence, police said.
The couple had been fighting all day Tuesday and Evans reportedly became enraged when Scott started to follow her around the house, the report said.
Scott is accused of throwing a sneaker at her face and an open bottle of water at her.
Evans reportedly smashed a piece of wood over his right arm, causing the wood to break in half and then attempted to spray Scott with an unidentified aerosol can.
Scott received medical treatment, but Evans did not. Both were arrested.
Man accused in report of sex with minor
A Myrtle Beach man was arrested Tuesday on sex-related charges involving a minor, according to a report from the Myrtle Beach Police Department.
Jacobo Martinez-Rodriguez, 33, was taken into custody and charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor/victim under 11 and third-degree criminal sexual conduct with minor, the report said.
Specific details of the incident were not immediately released.
Officer finds couple having sex in public
An off duty officer called Myrtle Beach police when he noticed a couple having sex next to a parking lot near the Adam and Eve Store, according to an arrest report.
Sandra Walker Sanford, 55, and Richard Warren Biggs, 42, were both charged with disorderly conduct for disrobing in public.
The pair was found walking in the Walmart parking lot shortly after police responded. Both are scheduled appear in court on Sept. 25.
Anti-bullying awareness effort coming
The first phase of a new Anti-Bullying Foundation by Karen Klein will be showcased in Myrtle Beach on Oct. 5.
Six musical acts will take the stage at 7 p.m. and come together to give a free concert at the Bowery on 110 9th St. and Ocean Boulevard as part of Octoberfest weekend.
Along with Klein’s appearance, the musicians will perform original anti-bullying songs and offer a compilation CD in order to raise awareness for the new Karen Klein Anti-Bullying Foundation.
Proceeds go to help assist bullying programs across America in elementary schools and other youth-oriented programs.
The performing artists and guest appearances for this year’s event are Universal teen recording artist Brejé, one of pop culture’s new budding stars, actor/rapper NateKid, R&B artist MarcKel, Gospel artist Testimony, Pop singer Adam Web, the all-girl teen pop band Still Saffire, Grammy-nominated pop artist Beau Badrick, and musical philanthropist Mr. JNFE.
The event is hosted by MTV’s Made coach Bobbi Jo Kitchen.
For more information about the tour and the new foundation, visit www.giveback.org/karenklein as well as www.nobullytour.com.
Library hosts children’s sign-up event
The Waccamaw Library plans a special event to get children and parents interested in the library as part of National Library Card Sign-up Month.
The facility encourages parents and children to sign up for cards together from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday. Parents must sign up for a card because children cannot possess one if their parents do not.
There will also be entertainment and information about library programs, and each child who registers will be given a free book. Other prizes will be given away as well.
For more information, call the library at 545-3623.
From staff reports