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Horry County grand jury returns indictments for purse snatching, kidnapping

An Horry County grand jury indicted several area residents on charges that ranged from armed robbery, kidnapping, purse snatching and assault, according to court records released this week.

The following is a list of the people indicted and their charges:

Curtis Anthony Cheesboro, 48, of Aynor and Daniel Isiah Mitchell, 25, of Myrtle Beach, carjacking. Myrtle Beach police charged the men after a man said they took his 2006 Ford F-150 on May 26.

Antonio Dion Gilbert, 34, of Mullins, kidnapping, armed robbery and assault and battery with intent to kill. The charges stemmed from June 17, 2009, when a man told Horry County police he was robbed and assaulted by Gilbert who had a knife.

David Levon Graham, 34, of Loris, two counts of kidnapping, two counts of attempted armed robbery, first-degree burglary and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime. The charges stemmed from April 28 after a man and woman told Horry County police Graham robbed them while armed with a knife.

Leonard Joseph Price, 25, of Little River, and Timothy Carl Lee, 47, of Calabash, N.C., armed robbery, first-degree assault and battery, possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime and criminal conspiracy. The charges stemmed from June 21 when a man told Horry County police he was robbed by the men who were armed with a handgun.

Driscoll Riggins, 28, of North Myrtle Beach, armed robbery and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime. The charges stemmed from June 7 and were filed by Horry County police.

William Theodore Rucker, 30, of Union City, Ga., unlawful carrying of a pistol and assault with intent to kill. The charges stemmed from May 27 when a woman told North Myrtle Beach Rucker assaulted her.

Tara Marie Sweetman, 31, of Sunset Beach, N.C., and Oscar Clifton Riley, 32, of Little River, purse snatching. Riley also was charged with another count of purse snatching and distribution of cocaine. The charges stemmed from an incident on July 3 and the drug charge stemmed from June 5, 2009.

Mark Edward Turner, 25, of Marion, three counts of kidnapping, possession of hydrocodone, first-degree burglary and possession of a weapon. The charges stemmed from March 30 when Myrtle Beach police say Turner robbed a woman’s house while he had a knife.

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