Linda Bellamy. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office
Betty Allen. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office
David Parker. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office
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help get this week's "Most Wanted" suspects off the streets.
On this week's edition of Horry County's
Most Wanted, we're looking at a case of tax fraud, a firearms violation, and a
case of domestic abuse.
Linda Michelle Watson Bellamy, 34, is wanted for failure to appear for forgery over ten
thousand dollars and willfully assisting in false or fraudulent tax return. Bellamy's
case has been turned over to the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and
she could be facing some real time if she is convicted. Bellamy's last known
address is on Radius Road in Longs.
The next suspect this week
is 61-year-old Betty J. Allen. Allen is wanted for failure to appear for pointing
and presenting a firearm. The police report says she pointed a .22 caliber
rifle with the intent of shooting the victim, but he wrestled her to the
ground. The gun went off, but fortunately, no one was hurt. Allen's last known
address is on Wise Road in Conway.
The final suspect this
week is 32-year-old David Junior Parker. Parker is wanted for failure to appear
for criminal domestic violence, his 2nd offense. According to the report, Parker
tried kicking in the victim's door in April. When police arrived the victim was
in a panicky state. Parker's last known address is on Tin Top in Conway.
To keep tabs on tonight's
suspects or any of the others that are wanted by the Horry County Sheriff's Office,
text 'WANTED' to 84300.
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