Crime

Mugshots

Mugshots, July 25

See who spent time behind bars at J. Reuben Long Detention Center and the North Myrtle Beach Jail. These mug shots are provided by law enforcement agencies and are public information. If charges are expunged or dismissed, The Sun News will remove the mug shot for free. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty.

Crime

Suspect named in double homicide outside fire station

Dameion Hakeem Alston, 26, and Marquis Jamal Burgess, 27, both of Myrtle Beach, were shot Saturday night outside a city fire station. Both men were transported to the hospital where they died of their injuries. Alston and Burgess had pending criminal cases.

Mugshots

Mugshots, July 24

See who spent time behind bars at J. Reuben Long Detention Center and the North Myrtle Beach Jail. These mug shots are provided by law enforcement agencies and are public information. If charges are expunged or dismissed, The Sun News will remove the photo for free. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty.

Mugshots

Mugshots, July 23

See who spent time behind bars at J. Reuben Long Detention Center, the North Myrtle Beach Jail, and the Georgetown County Detention Center. These mug shots are provided by law enforcement agencies and are public information. If charges are expunged or dismissed, The Sun News will remove the mug shot for free. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Mugshots

Mugshots, July 22

See who spent time behind bars at J. Reuben Long Detention Center, the North Myrtle Beach Jail, and the Georgetown County Detention Center. These mug shots are provided by law enforcement agencies and are public information. If charges are expunged or dismissed, The Sun News will remove the mug shot for free. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Crime

Austin police arrest black teacher, tell her African-Americans have 'violent tendencies'

Breaion King was pulled from her car and thrown to the ground by a police officer during a traffic stop in Austin, Texas in June 2015. The police department publicly released the patrol car video in July 2016. It shows a white officer violently throwing King to the ground, and then another white officer telling her black people have "violent tendencies" and that's why white people are afraid. The video here was shown during a police conference and footage of police advancing through clips has been cut out.

Crime

Police look into shooting at Myrtle Beach nightclub

One man, reportedly shot at a Myrtle Beach nightclub, was taken to Grand Strand Regional Medical Center early Thursday morning. A witness told police he saw the victim at the bar and a back door at Natalia’s Bar & Grill, 815 N. Kings Hwy., swing open and then heard three gunshot wounds. Two other witnesses rushed the victim to the hospital.

Mugshots

Mugshots, July 21

See who spent time behind bars at J. Reuben Long Detention Center, the North Myrtle Beach Jail, and the Georgetown County Detention Center. These mug shots are provided by law enforcement agencies and are public information. If charges are expunged or dismissed, The Sun News will remove the mug shot for free. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Crime

Committee moves forward with six steps to stop violence

An Horry County subcommittee is moving forward with a six-step process aimed at understanding local violence and ways to stop it, after a recent rash of armed robberies, break-ins and four homicides have claimed local headlines. Fourteen homicides have been reported in Horry County so far this year. Four of those deaths were reported in homicides just in the past few weeks.

Mugshots

Mugshots, July 20

See who spent time behind bars at J. Reuben Long Detention Center, the North Myrtle Beach Jail, and the Georgetown County Detention Center. These mug shots are provided by law enforcement agencies and are public information. If charges are expunged or dismissed, The Sun News will remove the mug shot for free. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Crime

Mother tells judge she’s ‘sorry for what happened’ in infant son’s death

Jameisha Katara Alexander, 24, of Carrboro, N.C., is charged with murder in the drowning death of her 6-week-old son, who was found face down in a pond near Tanger Outlets off U.S. 501 Saturday night. Alexander was found by police two hours later after crashing her car in the area of U.S. 501 and Bill Jones Road in Aynor. She told the judge she was “extremely sorry for what happened” in her initial hearing Tuesday afternoon at the J. Reuben Long Detention Center.

Crime

McDonald’s employees found in freezer after armed robbery

Three employees at McDonald’s at 596 U.S. 701 N. in Loris told police they had just closed the restaurant at 2 a.m. Monday and walked outside when they were confronted by two armed men wearing masks. The employees told Horry County police they were ordered back in the store and into the restaurant’s freezer, where police found them after they were dispatched to the scene two hours later. Two employees were transported to the hospital.

Videos

Child Neglect Suspects Request to Go to Daughters Funeral

Jennifer Wood, 31, and Andrew Wade Johnson, 28, of Aynor each told the judge that they wished to be present for the funeral of their child during a bond hearing on charges of Unlawful Neglect of a Child in Conway on Saturday.
jlee@thesunnews.com
Child Neglect Suspects Request to Go to Daughters Funeral 0:45

Child Neglect Suspects Request to Go to Daughters Funeral

Austin police arrest black teacher, tell her African-Americans have 'violent tendencies' 6:06

Austin police arrest black teacher, tell her African-Americans have 'violent tendencies'

Jameisha Katara Alexander is charged with murder 0:29

Jameisha Katara Alexander is charged with murder

A Conway couple is on trial after being charged with murder 1:31

A Conway couple is on trial after being charged with murder