Marlon Horton, Blake Graham, Sarah Gany (Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office)
HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - In this edition of the WMBF News segment Horry County's Most Wanted, we're highlighting three people accused of some pretty violent acts.
Sarah Nicole Gany, 22, is suspected of shoplifting at the Walmart on Beaver Run Boulevard in the Surfside area in January.
According to an Horry County Police report, Gany was approached by a store loss prevention specialist who says he saw her steal shoes. The employee says he grabbed Gany's purse as she tried to run away, but she escaped after punching him along with another person who tried to help.
Gany's last known address is on Home Place Circle in Myrtle Beach.
Marlon Allen Horton, 42, is wanted for criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature.
According to the police report, in June 2013 Horton allegedly punched a woman three times in the head and held a knife to her neck before police arrived on the scene.
Horton escaped through a back door. His last known address is on Wando River Road in Myrtle Beach.
Blake Craven Graham, 21, is wanted for criminal domestic violence and receiving stolen goods.
The Horry County Police report says in early March 2014, Graham punched a woman in the eye and on her arms. The report also alleges he also grabbed and dragged her by her hair.
Graham's last known address is on Monford Con Har Lane in Longs.
If you know any idea where these or other wanted individuals may be, don't hesitate to call the Horry County Sheriff's Office Warrant Division at 843-915-8347 or Horry County Dispatch at 843-248-1520.
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