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Blue Light Special | Woman gives it back to armed intruder

Knife back at ya

A Myrtle Beach woman showed an intruder a little “what for” when she swung a kitchen knife at his head Saturday night.

The incident happened in the 400 block of 10th Avenue South as the woman was watching television.

Now if there is one thing you do not do, is mess up a woman’s “me time” with the telly on a Saturday night.

There you are, catching up with the Kardashians and an armed intruder bursts into your home.

The man with the black T-shirt over his face had a knife in his hand, police said.

The woman then turned the tables and charged at him with a knife she happened to have handy.

The man fled the scene and has not been caught.

He also dropped his own knife on the way out.

Good for the the potential victim.

Guess the knife waver won’t be bursting into anyone else’s apartment anytime soon.

Remember, armed intruders: Television time on Saturday night is sacred. Don’t mess it up.

Fat Boiz fight

The fun continued in Myrtle Beach this past weekend after several people were shot at the Fat Boiz Bar and Grill.

Police didn’t need Google Maps to tell them where the shooting happened, as it is the fourth time someone has been shot at the club since April.

This time, it was people scrapping inside the club who carried it out to the parking lot.

The security guard and the fighters then had a shoot out. Two people ended up with bullet wounds, police said. No one was seriously hurt, but they did get taken to the hospital.

Fat Boiz has been the scene of previous shootings, including one that happened earlier this month.

During the previous fight, people were fighting on one side of the parking lot, police said. When patrons ran out of the club, more shots were fired nearby.

Two people were taken to the hospital after that fray, police said.

Neighbors admitted they don’t really like the free-for-all atmosphere, especially since their children are sleeping nearby.

Having bullets fly past your home every Sunday morning, around 5 a.m., cannot be fun.

The owner of the club has said he will shut down the club, for now, until the shooter from this past weekend can be found.

Anybody who knows anything about the recent incidents can call the Horry County Police Department at 248-1520 or call the Tip Line at 915-8477.

Jeepers, peeper

A man who was caught lurking outside a woman’s window claimed he was looking for his lost car keys.

Seeing that he is also suspected of peeping the same woman’s window the night before, that story does not ring true.

Julio Perez, 19, was reportedly caught looking in the apartment window in the 800 block of 66th Avenue on June 21.

The woman had her “peeping tom” internal radar going, and told a friend she felt someone was at her window.

When asked by the friend what he was doing there, Perez apparently said his keys had been thrown under the window.

He then ran away, police said. Police found him in the nearby woods.

Not only was he a potential pervert, he was also drunk, reports stated.

No doubt this contributed to him looking for his keys, when he had no car.

He was charged with both crimes, peeping and public intoxication.

It seems Perez was more than likely being a drunken jerk, instead of a person in search of missing car keys.

Next time, look under the sofa cushions like everyone else.

Blue Light Special is a roundup of the Myrtle Beach area’s weird and wild crime, written with a saracastic and/or humorous twist. It is meant as a parody. Don’t take it too seriously; we don’t.

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