Fight at CFHS
Two 15-year-old boys had a physical fight at Carolina Forest High School on June 4.
According to an Horry County police report, both suspects admitted they got into an “internet-related beef.”
They made their confessions with their parents there.
The families did not want to pursue charges and the complainant said the school would handle the situation.
Disorderly man arrested
An Horry County officer responded to the intersection of McCormick Road and Forestbrook Road at about 1:50 a.m. June 3 because a caller said a man was lying in the street.
A silver 2000 Lincoln that was missing its right front tire was partially blocking the road, and the passenger door was open, a county police report said.
The suspect, a 34-year-old Myrtle Beach man, was passed out on the grass.
After being woken up and medically cleared, the suspect had “extreme slurred speech,” smelled like alcohol and had to be helped to his feet so he didn’t fall over, according to the police report.
The suspect said he had not been driving the vehicle and had no idea how it got damaged.
The suspect was arrested.
An Avalon woman reported that her 12-year-old daughter was physically assaulted by a 15-year-old female, a June 5 police report said.
The suspect told the officer she did physically assault the victim after an argument. The suspect said the victim kept taunting her and she “went off.”
Security video showed the two females arguing and the suspect hitting the victim in her face several times.
While the officer was there, it was learned that the suspect was wanted by the Horry County Sheriff’s Office for a probation violation.
The report said she was also wanted because she ran away from her foster home.
DSS was notified and they said to take the suspect into custody so she could be taken to Columbia.
Was it a gun?
A Conway man, 23, called the police at about midnight June 3 and reported that a gun was pointed at him while he was at Ron Jon’s.
According to the county police report, the victim was in the parking lot when the suspect, a 30-year-old man, approached him and demanded that he open his car door. The report said the suspect then wrapped a T-shirt around his hand to conceal what the victim thought was a firearm.
The victim said this situation started about six months before because the suspect thought the victim stole a firearm from him, the report said.
The victim said he did not steal a firearm from the suspect, but that he was still being threatened by the suspect.
The victim left the area but said more than one suspect followed him to his house where he saw two men who’d been at Ron Jon’s across the street.