When is Myrtle Beach going to wake up and clean up its act? I have a friend who works security in one of the “family” resorts.
Family? They battle drugs, prostitution, homelessness, panhandling and theft. During a recent weekend, multiple people were shot. If something is not done, tourism will be dead.
I have been coming here since 1992 and moved here in 2011, and I'm thinking of selling my home and getting out of here before this blight spreads to my area. The police are overworked and outnumbered. The powers that be need to get on this problem immediately. I don't go into Myrtle Beach any more because I don't feel safe there, even during the day.
Carol DeMeo, Murrells Inlet