A woman staying at the Meridian Plaza told Myrtle Beach police she noticed a suspicious purchase on her account after she provided her credit card information to a man, who called and claimed he was with the hotel.
An ocean rescue assessment held Monday was made of a 500-meter swim, a mile run and a 500-meter paddle on a rescue board. It's not part of a competition, rather a way the department uses to monitor the fitness level of the members that will help establish a baseline and median time for the future, according to Lt. Jonathan Evans of the Myrtle Beach Fire Department.
Janet Blackmon Morganjblackmon@thesunnews.com
See MBFD personnel in action during fitness test
Officials provide instructions to form human chain in search for lost boy
Volunteers form human chain to search for young boy