Myrtle Beach woman reports peeping
Myrtle Beach police plan to seek an arrest warrant from a judge for a 30-year-old man on a peeping Tom charge after a woman reported she caught him looking into her apartment twice early Wednesday, according to a police report.
A 24-year-old woman told officers that at 12:30 a.m. Wednesday at 1301 Pridgen Road she was with her children and talking to her boyfriend on the telephone when she saw a man looking through her bedroom window, police said.
The woman said a vehicle that pulled into the apartment complex parking lot scared him away, but later on she noticed him peering through her kitchen window, according to the report.
The victim recognized the man as her neighbor, and later that day she reported her concerns to the apartment complex manager.
The manager reviewed video surveillance and made a copy for police, according to the report.
The video showed the man looking through the woman’s bedroom window, and then he stood near the woman’s door before he returned to his apartment.
Officers went to the man’s apartment and spoke to his wife, who told police he was not there, according to the report.
Officers wrote in the report they planned to seek a warrant for the man’s arrest. It was unclear if a warrant had been obtained for the man’s arrest.
The Sun News does not identify suspects until an arrest warrant has been obtained or the person has been formally charged.
Stabbing under investigation
Deputies in Georgetown County are investigating a stabbing just outside the Andrews city limits, said Carrie Cuthbertson, spokeswoman for the Georgetown County Sheriff’s office.
The incident occurred on Mahogany Avenue after 5 p.m.
One person was injured, but the extent of the injuries are not known.
Specific details were not immediately available late Thursday.
Area man dies after motorcycle crash
A 47-year-old Myrtle Beach area man died Thursday from injuries suffered in a motorcycle crash on S.C. 814, according to authorities.
Horry County Coroner Robert Edge said the name of the man, who is from the Socastee area, is being withheld until his family is notified.
He said the crash happened Thursday afternoon and involved a three-wheeled motorcycle.
No other details about the crash were available late Thursday.
The crash is being investigated by the S.C. Highway Patrol.
NORTH MYRTLE BEACH
City offers Christmas tree recycling
Christmas trees can be recycled in North Myrtle Beach through Jan. 23, said city spokesman Pat Dowling.
North Myrtle Beach residents can take natural Christmas trees to one of four locations to be ground for recycling. All decorative materials must be removed.
The locations are at the public parking lot at 38th Avenue South and Seaview Street, the parking lot across from the J. Bryan Floyd Community Center at 1030 Possum Trot Road, the paved public parking lot on Main Street between Ocean Boulevard and Hillside Drive and the public parking lot at the intersection of Ocean Boulevard and Shorehaven Drive near 19th Avenue North.
For more information call the City of North Myrtle Beach at 280-5555.