NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – A Little River woman out on bond for criminal domestic violence was arrested over the weekend after police said she left her baby locked inside a car in a Wal-Mart parking lot.
According to a North Myrtle Beach police report, Carolyn Tess Little, 18, left her 6-month-old girl locked inside her car at the Wal-Mart parking lot around 10 p.m. Saturday night in North Myrtle Beach.
A witness told police the baby was left strapped in the car seat for 45 minutes. Police said Little returned to the car after being paged inside the store.
Little told police she thought the windows were down and was going to take the child in the store, but decided not to, the report said.
Temperature outside at the time of the incident was 81 degrees, the report indicated.
Little was charged with child endangerment and released on a $5,000 bond.
According to the J Reuben Long Detention Center website, Little was also arrested for criminal domestic violence on June 29.
As I was walking out of Wal-Mart with my family, we noticed a very large lady (had to be 6’3) limping over to an electric scooter. She was wearing pink leggings and a unbelievably short tank top. Her breasts were not supported by any type of bra and her butt crack hanging in the wind showed her lack of panties. Her stomach rolls were piling up as she sat onto the scooter and could not reach the handle bars because of her size. She heard a loud creak and screamed at whom seemed to be her daughter “GOD DAMN IT! WHY DIDN’T I GET THAT DAMN BREAST REDUCTION!?!?!?”, my sons…being high schoolers then said to her “Lady you need way more then a breast reduction!”. She, obviously madden by this looks over to my boys and throws her purse at them. Her large sack of a purse spills onto the floor and the usual money, coupons, check book and pack of gum falls out of her wallet…along with the mound of pads, tampons, condoms, lube and lady toy. Stunned, my son Noah says “Thanks for the show lady! Though I dont think you will need the condoms…have fun with the rest! AND, since it was NOT a very good show ill be taking your pay back!”, he runs to go pick up the three crushed up singles she has and we were on our way!
A Shaftsbury man is facing charges after he allegedly rammed his van into a car because the other vehicle was interfering with this sleep.
Grasshopper Allen pleaded not guilty Monday to several charges including simple assault and leaving the scene of an accident.
According to the Bennington Banner, The 57-year-old told police the car kept waking him up while he was trying to sleep in the Walmart parking lot.
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) Myrtle Beach Police have arrested two accused shoplifters after a loss prevention officer said he saw them steal Rogaine and other items from Walmart Saturday.
According to a police report, officers responded to the Walmart located at 541 Seaboard St. around noon in reference to a shoplifting.
When they arrived, they met with the loss prevention officer who said he watched as the two suspects, identified as 25-year-old Jeffrey Harley Douglas and 19-year-old Samantha Lynn Hart, both of Myrtle Beach, conceal merchandise inside Hart’s purse.
Additionally, he said he saw Douglas conceal items underneath the front of his shirt after cutting packages with a knife.
Among the items reportedly shoplifted were $46 worth of men’s Rogaine, $43 worth of women’s Rogaine, four packs of drill bits, $37 worth of curl shampoo and conditioner, Nexxus shampoo and a prepaid phone. The total was valued at $410.
The complainant said he approached the pair and escorted them to the loss prevention room. According to the report, both Hart and Douglas admitted to the officers they shoplifted and both were arrested.
During a search, officers found a black knife inside Douglas’ front right pocket.
They have been charged with shoplifting under $2,000.