HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Two suspects recently featured on WMBF
News' weekly "Horry County's Most Wanted" segment have been captured; one
turned himself in after seeing he was on the news.
Henry Lamont Mack Jr., 23, was featured on Horry County's
Most Wanted on May 1. He was identified as a suspect who allegedly jumped a
victim during a party in Conway on January 25. After seeing that he was one of
the suspects featured on the segment, he turned himself in to J. Reuben Long
Theresa Bell, 53, was located by a Horry County Sheriff's
Office deputy and captured, according to officials. Bell was wanted for
two counts of shoplifting and obtaining goods under a false pretense.
The Horry County police report says back in January, Bell went
into the Hamricks in Socastee and put a pair of girl's underwear in her purse.
Then, she exchanged them for another item.
Officers say she got $3 back from the cashier, but when she was
confronted, she dropped everything except the money and ran.
Tune in to WMBF News every Thursday at 6 p.m. and Friday at
6 a.m. for the latest installment of Horry County's Most Wanted. Text ‘WANTED'
to 84300 for weekly updates on who is ‘Most Wanted' each week.
Click here to visit the WMBFNews.com Horry County's Most
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