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Myrtle Beach police have dropped human trafficking charges against a juvenile arrested Friday and instead will peruse charges of prostitution against two males, officials said in a statement Saturday..
“After an extensive investigation, it was determined that officers were provided false information pertaining to the facts of this case,” said the statement from Lt. Joey Crosby.
“Upon evaluation of the evidence, it has been determined that the crime of human trafficking did not occur. Based on the evidence collected, the defendant has been charged with prostitution and resisting. Additional individuals were arrested in connection with this investigation.”
The arrest was made just before midnight on Friday.