Crime

July 5, 2014 2:45 PM

Despite Bikefest slayings, violent crime in Myrtle Beach remains steady

Three fatal shootings during the annual Memorial Day weekend Bikefest has fueled a perception that violent crime is skyrocketing. But annual violent crime in Myrtle Beach has remained steady with a few deviations as the city’s population continues to grow.

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