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Suspect makes return visit to this week's 'Most Wanted' list

Ramirez, Gaddy, and Johnson. Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center Ramirez, Gaddy, and Johnson. Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center
Jorge Luis Ramirez. Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center Jorge Luis Ramirez. Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center
James Levon Gaddy.  Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center James Levon Gaddy. Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center
Abby Sheree Johnson.  Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center Abby Sheree Johnson. Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - A Myrtle Beach man wanted for roughing up his ex-girlfriend at her workplace is back on our list of Horry County's Most Wanted tonight.

The Horry County Sheriff's Office says they've had a few tips called in on the whereabouts of 26-year-old Jorge Luis Ramirez, but those tips haven't been enough to track him down.

Ramirez is wanted for criminal domestic violence. The Horry County Police report states on March 3, he assaulted his ex-girlfriend at her job, bruising her arm and tearing her shirt. As a result, she went to a local shelter and planned on seeking an order of protection. Ramirez's last known address is on Greens Boulevard in Myrtle Beach.

Our second suspect this week is 34-year-old James Levon Gaddy. He's wanted for failure to pay child support. The sheriff's office says it typically only flags a child support suspect as ‘Most Wanted' when that person owes thousands of dollars. Gaddy's last known address is on Fairline Road in Loris.

The final ‘Most Wanted' suspect this week is 35-year-old Abby Sheree Johnson. She's wanted for failure to appear on a forgery charge. The Myrtle Beach police report says in May of 2013, Johnson attempted to cash a fake Doctor's Care payroll check at a local Food Lion. Police caught up with her, thanks to surveillance video, but she didn't show up for court. Johnson's last known address is on Collins Street in Myrtle Beach.

If you know where any of tonight's suspects are, contact the Horry County Sheriff's Office at (843) 915-5450, and you can keep track of who's captured by texting ‘WANTED' to 84300.

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HORRY COUNTY, (WMBF) - A Myrtle Beach man wanted for roughing up his ex-girlfriend at her workplace is back on our list of Horry County's Most Wanted tonight.

 

The Horry County Sheriff's Office says they've had a few tips called in on the whereabouts of 26-year-old Jorge Luis Ramirez, but those tips haven't been enough to track him down.

 

Ramirez is wanted for criminal domestic violence. The Horry County Police report says on March 3, he assaulted his ex at her job, bruising her arm and tearing her shirt. As a result she went to a local shelter and planned on seeking an order of protection. Ramirez's last known address is on Greens Boulevard in Myrtle Beach.

 

Our second suspect this week is 34-year-old James Levon Gaddy. He's wanted for failure to pay child support. The sheriff's office says it typically only sends us a child support suspect as ‘Most Wanted' when that person owes thousands. Gaddy's last known address is on Fairline Road in Loris.

 

The final ‘Most Wanted' suspect this week is 35-year-old Abby Sheree Johnson. She's wanted for failure to appear on a forgery charge. The Myrtle Beach police report says in May of 2013, Johnson attempted to cash a fake Doctor's Care payroll check at a local Food Lion. Police caught up with her thanks to surveillance video, but she didn't show up for court. Johnson's last known address is on Collins Street in Myrtle Beach.

 

if you know where any of tonight's suspects are, contact the Horry County sheriff's Office at (843) 915-5450, and you can keep track of who's captured by texting ‘WANTED' to 84300

HORRY COUNTY, (WMBF) - A Myrtle Beach man wanted for roughing up his ex-girlfriend at her workplace is back on our list of Horry County's Most Wanted tonight.

The Horry County Sheriff's Office says they've had a few tips called in on the whereabouts of 26-year-old Jorge Luis Ramirez, but those tips haven't been enough to track him down.

Ramirez is wanted for criminal domestic violence. The Horry County Police report says on March 3, he assaulted his ex at her job, bruising her arm and tearing her shirt. As a result she went to a local shelter and planned on seeking an order of protection. Ramirez's last known address is on Greens Boulevard in Myrtle Beach.

Our second suspect this week is 34-year-old James Levon Gaddy. He's wanted for failure to pay child support. The sheriff's office says it typically only sends us a child support suspect as ‘Most Wanted' when that person owes thousands. Gaddy's last known address is on Fairline Road in Loris.

The final ‘Most Wanted' suspect this week is 35-year-old Abby Sheree Johnson. She's wanted for failure to appear on a forgery charge. The Myrtle Beach police report says in May of 2013, Johnson attempted to cash a fake Doctor's Care payroll check at a local Food Lion. Police caught up with her thanks to surveillance video, but she didn't show up for court. Johnson's last known address is on Collins Street in Myrtle Beach.

if you know where any of tonight's suspects are, contact the Horry County sheriff's Office at (843) 915-5450, and you can keep track of who's captured by texting ‘WANTED' to 84300.

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