Myrtle Beach police charge man, woman with prostitution

December 6, 2013 

— Myrtle Beach police charged a local woman and Tennessee man with prostitution after an officer interrupted them inside a parked vehicle at a beach access, according to a police report.

Stacy Lorraine Eubanks, 36, of Myrtle Beach and Justin Wesley Oliver, 26, of Lebanon, Tenn., were each issued courtesy citations for prostitution and ordered to appear in court at a later date, police said.

An officer on patrol about 1:45 a.m. Thursday noticed a vehicle parked at the 15th Avenue South beach access and the officer noted he had seen the vehicle driving by a known prostitute earlier in the evening, according to the report.

The officer walked up to the vehicle and found Oliver was sweating and Eubanks was rearranging her clothing, according to the report. The couple were separated and when questioned by officers they admitted that Eubanks agreed to perform a sexual act on Oliver for $20.

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