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One man is charged with violating his parole in connection to the weekend shooting at Holiday Sands North hotel in Myrtle Beach. Shaylan Chavoris Isaac, 21, turned himself into Sumter police on Wednesday without incident, according to Ken Bell, Sumter police spokesman. Comment?
A State Law Enforcement Division investigation cleared an Horry County police officer in the November shooting of a shoplifting suspect who tried to drive away while another officer clung to her moving SUV, according to public records released Monday. Lance Cpl. Comment?
U.S. Army Central in Sumter will cut about 625 jobs at Shaw Air Force Base by Oct. 1 because of continued reductions in the military after 14 years of war. Although the command group is responsible for the planning and execution of the wars in the Middle East and Afghanistan, Lt. Comment?
Two Sumter women arrested last week following an officer-involved shooting incident and police chase after allegedly shoplifting at a Surfside Beach Wal-Mart were also involved in shoplifting at a North Myrtle Beach Wal-Mart the same morning as the chase, reports show. Horry County police were called about 10:30 a.m. Nov. 10 to the Wal-Mart on Beaver Run Boulevard off S.C. 544 for a shoplifting incident, but when police approached Laquandra D. Borden, 25, of Sumter, she fled the scene, trapping an officer in her moving car in the process, authorities said. Comment?
Horry County police have released the name of the suspect accused of dragging an officer as she fled the scene of a store she allegedly stole from Tuesday, leading police on a 10-mile chase. Police responded to a call of shoplifting at the Wal-Mart on Beaver Run Boulevard off S.C. 544 at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. Comment?
Step out for the annual "Conway Ghost Walk: Spirits of the Lowcountry," hourlong tours 1 mile across downtown, departing every 15 minutes 7-8:45 p.m. Oct. 22-24 from the Conway Visitor Center, 903 Third Ave. Details at 843-248-6260 or conwayalive.com. Lee Brice, a Sumter native known for such country hits as "I Drive Your Truck," "A Woman Like You" and "Hard to Love," will play at 7:15 p.m. FridayOct. 16 in Coastal Carolina University's HTC Center in a benefit for the CCU Endowment Fund for student scholarships. Comment?
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