MYRTLE BEACH — A 42-year-old man told Myrtle Beach police he avoided an attack from a co-worker at Broadway at the Beach, according to a police report.
The victim told officers that he had “been experiencing tension” with the co-worker, a 25-year-old man, and about 11 p.m. Sunday the younger man tried to hit the victim, police said.
The victim said he was waiting in the parking lot for his wife when the suspect came up to him and tried to hit him, but the victim was able to dodge the punch, according to the report. The victim said the suspect had a glass in his hand and he fell to the ground, which caused the glass to break.
The victim said the suspect picked up a piece of glass and tried to cut him with it, but the victim was able to dodge the attack, according to the report. The victim said another co-worker got the piece of glass from the suspect and gave him a ride home.
Officers verified the incident and victim’s account by watching video surveillance, but officers noted the suspect swung at the victim once, according to the report. The incident is under investigation.
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