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David Hucks is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at MyrtleBeachSC.com

During a police operation in Horry County last week, over ten people were taken into custody concerning local stolen merchandise.

Two fugitives, including one from Texas, were arrested by the Horry County Police Department and the Myrtle Beach Police Department on Monday.

Greensboro, N.C., resident Gregory Ray, 33, is charged with unlawful games and betting, swindling, and operating without a business license.

Jeremy Graves, 37, of Thomasville, N.C. — Unlawful Games & Betting, Swindling, Operating without a Business License, Resisting Arrest by Giving False Name, Giving False Information to Law Enforcement, and MDP, Narcotic Drugs in Sched. I(B) & (C), LSD, and Sched. II (Cocaine) – 1st off.

Tirck Friday, 26, of Greensboro, N.C. — Unlawful Games and Betting, Selling or Delivering a Pistol Unlawfully, Swindling, and Operating Without a License.

High Point, N.C., resident Marcus Melton, 26, was charged with gambling, swindling, and operating without a business license.

Trespassing by Rueben Turner, 45, of Myrtle Beach.

Theft of less than $2,000 by Shannon Garlock, 35, of Myrtle Beach.

Fugitive from Texas, Jimmie Ates, 52, of Myrtle Beach.

Theft of less than $2,000 by Carrie Elliott, 50, of Myrtle Beach.

Shardae Davis, 35, of Sumter, S.C. — Shoplifting/Enhancement under $2,000.

Driving Under Suspension – 2nd Offense – Anfernee Bradley, 27, of Sumter, S.C.

Allesha Robert, 26, of Myrtle Beach — Possession of Cocaine – 2nd Offense, MDP, Narcotic Drugs in Sch. I(B) & (C), LSD, and Sched. II (Cocaine) – 2nd or Subsequent Offense.

Myrtle Beach resident Michael Uher, 43, was arrested for shoplifting less than $2,000 in value.

As MBPD Chief Amy Prock stated in a statement, “Public safety is a shared responsibility and we certainly work together to make a difference in Horry County.” This operation is another example of the dedication of our law enforcement professionals and business community to fighting crime in our area. We will hold those individuals accountable for their actions.”

The Horry County law enforcement community collaborates closely on a daily basis to keep residents and visitors safe, said HCPD Chief Joseph Hill. “One recent joint operation led to 12 arrests. Perhaps more importantly, the operation demonstrated how effective teamwork is to solve problems. It is our goal to ensure criminals know they will not be spared until they face justice.

The stolen merchandise will be used as evidence against those arrested.

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