A judge sentenced Shelby Taylor to 25 years in prison Thursday after she was found guilty last week for throwing her newborn baby in a nearby dumpster.
Conway police apprehended the man following a bank robbery at Conway National Bank at Cultra Road at North Main Street.
City leaders have been debating what should go in the Superblock area of downtown Myrtle Beach, and on Wednesday the first conceptual plans for the area were revealed.
A 27-year-old man went before a circuit court judge in Conway Tuesday morning and had bond set on a murder charge relating to the death of a man who was killed in July.
Some Horry County Fire Rescue firefighters are unhappy about the fire department’s overtime, staffing and pay issues.
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A jury found Shelby Taylor guilty of attempted murder Thursday. Taylor admitted to hiding her pregnancy and putting the newborn in a dumpster early in the morning April 9, 2015.
The baby did survive and will celebrate her third birthday this year.
“The demand from those markets to Myrtle Beach and actually the demand from here to those locations, it’s very strong.”
Taylor took the stand Tuesday, detailing the events that took place leading to her disposing her baby in a dumpster.
Taylor, accused of discarding her baby in a dumpster, claims during testimony she was abused by her husband.
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In recordings from Shelby Taylor’s first interview with police, she said she hid the pregnancy from her husband and gave birth at home before putting the baby in the dumpster.