Police roundup | Two fires considered suspicious
02/12/2013 9:57 PM
02/12/2013 9:58 PM
NORTH MYRTLE BEACH
Two fires considered suspicious
Two mobile home fires early Tuesday morning in North Myrtle Beach have been listed as suspicious by authorities.
North Myrtle Beach firefighters responded to the blazes at Creekside Mobile Home Park on East Heron Drive at about 4 a.m. Although the fires were extinguished, the structures – adjacent to each other – were a total loss.
The homes were believed to be vacation rentals so no one was home or injured in the blaze, according to a release by North Myrtle Beach spokesman Patrick Dowling.
The investigation into the fires continues.
Man charged in 2011 stabbing
A man wanted in a March 2011 stabbing was arrested Tuesday in Myrtle Beach.
Brandon Lewis Uhler, 32, is charged with attempted murder.
The charge stems from March 6, 2011 when police were called to a hotel on the 1100 block of South Ocean Boulevard for a stabbing.
Police said there was blood outside the door and a 35-year-old man inside the room was covered in blood, but the assault happened in a different room. In the second room, police found a knocked over dresser, blood and a witness who was visibly upset.
The witness told police she and the victim were inside her hotel room when Uhler arrived, pushed his way into the room and “went crazy” taking a knife from the dresser and attacking the other man, the report said.
Feral cat seminar Saturday
Bikini Beach Cat Rescue is hosting a feral cat seminar at the Surfside Beach Library Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Kelly Bonome with the Horry County Animal Car Center and Shannon Prouty with All 4 Paws in Pawleys Island will speak about free-roaming cats.
“Spaying and neutering saves pets’ lives while lessening the burden on animal shelters and taxpayers,” said Karen J. McGranahan, President of Bikini Beach Cat Rescue. “We are inviting our citizens to participate in the discussion on what we can do to solve the problem of homeless pets in our community.
Women in military to be honored
The local chapter of the Rolling Thunder will honor women in the military in April.
The group is holding a ceremony at the Grand Strand Senior Center in Myrtle Beach on April 6 at 1 p.m. called “Salute to Women of the Military, Past and Present.”
It’s the second year the event has been held and is meant to recognize women who have served in the military.
Registration by March 15 is required by calling 910-579-3668.
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