A Horry County man accused of neglecting animals additionally hid a suspected homicide, in keeping with sources

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Paperwork obtained by WMBF Information state {that a} man in Horry County, accused of neglecting animals, additionally hid a suspected homicide in his residence.

The arrest of the Nationwide Commissioner of Police got here to a house on McPneil Chapel Street on June 3 after they had been on the lookout for Nasirea Grate. Grate was wished in reference to a lethal double-shot alongside Freeway 554 that killed two folks. It was believed that he had been at residence on the time of the incident.

Police then contacted Darryl Bellamy, who mentioned he was the one man within the residence and didn’t let the police in. He additionally mentioned he had not seen Grate for a number of days. A fringe was then arrange across the residence when Bellamy went out and in many occasions.

Grate then left the house and turned himself in to police about an hour later. He’s now one in all three folks dealing with fees in reference to a double taking pictures on Freeway 554.

The orders state that Bellamy “had obstructed, prevented or prevented law enforcement officials from imposing a lawful arrest warrant.”

Further experiences and sources additionally describe the variety of malnourished canines discovered within the residence with heavy chains. The canines additionally had fleas and a bucket of soiled water, in keeping with police.

Two chickens had been additionally discovered with a number of chickens inside, however neither had meals nor water.

On-line data present Bellamy is charged with seven counts of neglect of animals. He was launched from the J. Reuben Lengthy Detention Middle on June 10 on $ 3,500 bail after being booked the day earlier than.

Officers later instructed WMBF Information that Bellamy’s arrest was one in all two circumstances that not too long ago led to the non permanent closure of the Horry County Animal Safety Middle.

In response to a further incident report, police carried out a home search on Moore Street in Longs on the morning of June 3. Police discovered “a lot of canines chained within the woods at two separate areas,” in keeping with the report.

It additionally states that the canines had been “skinny” and many of the canines had damaged down canine homes close by. The canines had been then transferred to the HCACC to be positioned in a authorized domicile.

The proprietor, who was recognized by police as Curtis Wilson, was quoted as talking to a police investigator.

HCACC has since reopened however can be closed from June 18 to twenty on the event of Juneteenth. It’s going to reopen on June 21 and start at 10:30 p.m.

Keep tuned to WMBF Information for updates.

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