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Horry Co's Most Wanted men face serious charges

Kyle Ray, Clinton Shaw and Anthony Green (Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office) Kyle Ray, Clinton Shaw and Anthony Green (Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office)

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - From assault with a loaded weapon to burglary, the men featured in "Horry County's Most Wanted" this week are facing some pretty serious accusations.

Police reports show the three men we're featuring could be armed and dangerous.

Clinton Shaw, 45, is wanted for his failure to appear in court on an assault and battery charge of high and aggravated nature. The Myrtle Beach Police report says back in June, Shaw went to his wife's apartment with a loaded gun and threatened to kill her.

The gun went off; their grandson was in the other room, but no one was injured. Shaw's last known address is on Highway 9 in Longs.

Anthony Green, 31, and is wanted for his failure to appear in court on a second degree burglary charge. An Horry County Police report says Green kicked in the door of a home and later punched someone before leaving the home.

Green's last known address is on Cedar Branch Road in Loris.

Kyle Ray, 41, is wanted for failure to pay child support. That charge may not seem as harmful, but remember, there are children suffering when child support isn't paid.

Ray's last known address is in Fairwood Lakes in Myrtle Beach.

If you have any information that could can help the Horry County Sheriff's Office find these men, give them a call at 843-915-8347 or contact Horry County Dispatch at 843-248-1520.

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