Man accused in assault on pregnant ex-girlfriend
A Myrtle Beach man was arrested early Saturday morning on allegations that he stepped on his pregnant ex-girlfriend’s stomach and struck her mother.
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Tyre Deshon Carter, 19, was charged with assault and battery.
According to a Myrtle Beach police incident report, Carter came to his ex-girlfriend’s apartment to talk about the pregnancy, as he is the father of the child. The woman didn’t want to talk to him and he grabbed her arm and pulled her outside, according to the police report. In the struggle, the woman fell to the ground.
The mother came outside and told Carter to leave her daughter alone. He told her to leave or he was going to step on the young woman’s stomach, the report stated.
He reportedly did put his foot on her stomach and apply pressure. The mother came over to help her daughter and was hit twice in the forehead and nose, according to the report.
The mother received15 stitches at Grand Strand Regional Medical Center. Warrants were issued for Carter’s arrest after the two spoke to police.
Lifelong Learning catalogs for 2013 ready
If your 2013 resolutions include learning something new, the Winter/Spring 2013 catalog of courses offered by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Coastal Carolina University has some suggestions for you.
The program features more than 350 noncredit short courses and workshops ranging from computer technology to music, theater, science and personal growth. It also offers dozens of history and cultural excursions.
Copies are available at the university’s three outreach centers in Conway (U.S. 501 and Winyah Road), Myrtle Beach (900 79th Ave. N. and U.S. 17 Bypass) and the new location of the Waccamaw Higher Education Center in the Litchfield Exchange (14329 Ocean Highway). You can also pick one up at area libraries and chambers of commerce or check it out online at www.coastal.edu/olli.
To participate, students must become members ($20 for the period from Jan. 1 through Sept. 10). Registration can be made online, in person, by mail or phone at 843-349-5002.
Classes for the new semester begin on Monday, Jan. 14.
From staff reports