African spurred tortoises are often kept as pets in the U.S.
African spurred tortoises are often kept as pets in the U.S. Sun News file photo
African spurred tortoises are often kept as pets in the U.S. Sun News file photo

Police are searching for a stolen tortoise that weighs 100 pounds

December 04, 2017 03:06 PM

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    Kenneth Wayne Carlisle, 28, and Jordan Marie Hodge, 21, were denied bond in Horry County court today on charges of murdering 64-year-old Linda McAllister and 45-year-old William Clemons. Hodge was McAllister’s granddaughter, according to a statement from McAllister’s family. Hodges mother, Dara Hodge, begged Judge Steven John to deny bond for her daughter stating, "She killed my mother and her new husband. Dragged her out like trash." Monday, December 12, 2017.