MYRTLE BEACH — An Horry County grand jury returned indictments against several area residents on charges that ranged from armed robbery, escape, prostitution and embezzlement, according to indictments released earlier this week.
Those indicted were:
• Kenric Lendel Bellamy, 36, of Little River, armed robbery and assault and battery with intent to kill stemming from a 2008 incident involving a man; and financial transaction card theft from July 4. Horry County police charged Bellamy in September.
• Alicia B. Boyns, 48, and Melissa Marie Detres, 23, both of Conway and Eddie Detres, 19, of Galivants Ferry, each on a charge of strong armed robbery that stemmed from a Dec. 17 incident at Kohl’s department store in Horry County. Boyns also was charged with attempted murder involving a woman during the incident.
• Germaine Lenneau Gilchrist, 30, of Loris, disseminating harmful material to minors in June and second-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor between the ages of 14 and 16. Horry County police charged Gilchrist in October.
• Brandiana Kerene Grass, 28, of Myrtle Beach, prostitution charge from Jan. 9. Myrtle Beach police charged Grass with agreeing to perform a sexual act for $60.
• Isreal Hemingway, 33, of Loris, armed robbery, unlawful possession of a handgun and resisting arrest that stemmed from a robbery on Sept. 15 at the Tiger Mart in Horry County. Horry County police arrested Hemingway on Oct. 28.
• Melvin Jackson, 45, of Conway, criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature stemming from an Oct. 10 incident involving a woman. Conway police charged Jackson on Oct. 27.
• Garrett Lee Austin Johnson, 25, of Myrtle Beach, escape from a Dec. 19 incident in Horry County. Surfside Beach police charged Johnson on Dec. 21.
• Dewayne Edward Milburn, 53, of Conway, embezzlement and forgery from April involving $10,000 from Horry-Georgetown Technical College where he was employed. Coastal Carolina University police charged Milburn on Jan. 7.
• Kristine Marie Reynolds, 23, of Myrtle Beach, prostitution from Oct. 25 when Surfside Beach police charged her with agreeing to perform a sexual act for $220.
• James Bradley Sanders, 22, of Myrtle Beach, criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature that stemmed from an Oct. 28 incident involving a woman in Horry County.
• Kevin Smith, 43, of Myrtle Beach, three counts of pointing and presenting a firearm on Nov. 5 involving three men and a .38 caliber gun in Myrtle Beach.
• Corey Brandon Weatherly, 33, of Conway, criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature that stemmed from an Oct. 25 incident involving a woman in Horry County.
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