A North Myrtle Beach police officer was arrested by the Horry County Police Department and charged with third-degree domestic violence, according to public records.
LCpl. David Gregory King was booked into J. Reuben Long Detention Center early Saturday and later posted bail, online jail records show.
A police report said officers interviewed both parties involved in the case at a home in the 100 block of Marsh Rabbit Drive and determined there was enough probable cause for an arrest, according to news partner WMBF.
"It would be inappropriate for the City to comment on the case itself," North Myrtle Beach spokesman Pat Dowling said in a statement. "Horry County police made the arrest based on evidence they collected. The case will now make its way through the court system. The City can and is reviewing the situation in terms of its personnel regulations."