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Horry County seeking 3 'Most Wanted' suspects this week

ANDERSON, CHRISTOPHER EARL | Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office ANDERSON, CHRISTOPHER EARL | Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office
COLEMAN, WANDA ANN | Source: HCSO COLEMAN, WANDA ANN | Source: HCSO
LAWS, MICHAEL RAY | Source: HCSO LAWS, MICHAEL RAY | Source: HCSO

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - The Horry County Sheriff's Office relies on you to help get some of its most wanted suspects off the streets.

All three of this week's suspects have already been arrested, but they're wanted because they didn't show up to court to answer for their alleged crimes.

Wanda Ann Coleman, 44, is wanted for failing to appear for an original charge of possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine. A report by Myrtle Beach Police details how back in July of this year, an officer saw Coleman pass an envelope out of a car window to a man. The officer then walked over, passed her car, and saw a rock-like substance in her lap. It turned out to be more than two grams of crack. More than four grams of marijuana were also discovered.

Coleman lived on Wayside Road in Conway.

Christopher Earl Anderson, 27, is the next suspect. He's wanted for failing to appear for third-degree burglary. According to the Conway Police report, in June, Anderson broke into his ex-girlfriend's home by removing an AC unit from the window. Once inside, the report states he also assaulted her.

Anderson's last known address is on Turtle Street in Conway.

The final suspect this week is 29-year-old Michael Ray Laws. Laws is wanted for failing to appear for grand larceny, failure to stop for police, and breaking into a motor vehicle.

An Horry County Police report states that on July 3 of this year, police received a call from someone following a stolen vehicle. Laws was driving that car and refused to pull over for officers. Stop sticks were deployed, leading to Laws' arrest. Laws' last known address was on Indian Wood Lane in Myrtle Beach.

If you have any information, or know the whereabouts of any of these Most Wanted suspects, you are urged to call the Horry County Sheriff's Office at 843-915-5688, call 911, or e-mail: mostwanted@horrycounty.org 

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