Jackson, Wallace, Kocsis. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office
Adam Kocsis. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office
Kevin Jackson. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office
Trevor Wallace. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - This week's Horry County's Most Wanted suspects are wanted for grand larceny and failure to pay child support.
Information from WMBF viewers could be the missing link police need to put these men behind bars.
Adam Kocsis, 35, is wanted for grand larceny valuing more than $2,000 but less than $10,000. Police reports say Kocsis cut the metal axle and tongue from a mobile home in Loris and sold the scrap metal, then lied to his girlfriend about the money. His last known residence is located on Highway 378 in Conway.
Trevor Jordan Wallace, 24, also has a history of taking things that aren't his, according to police. He's facing grand larceny charges of $10,000 or more. A police report states Wallace is one of three suspects accused of taking a utility vehicle, socket set, golf cart battery, ladder and a climbing tree stand. He was last known to be living at 1471 Sherwood Drive in Clover. Police say it's possible he is still in Horry County, at this time. If convicted, Wallace could face time behind bars.
Kevin Jackson, 40, has a warrant out for his arrest for not paying child support. Police issued a bench warrant for Jackson six months ago, in October 2013. His last known residence is 1586 Hemingway Chapel Road in Conway.
If you have seen these suspects, or know of their whereabouts you are urged to contact authorities. You can also text ‘WANTED' to 84300 for the latest suspects added to the list.
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