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Suspects in two violent incidents are wanted in Horry County

Left: Phillip Gowing, Right: Rahdreia Green-Williams. Source: HCSO Left: Phillip Gowing, Right: Rahdreia Green-Williams. Source: HCSO
HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - South Carolina ranks second in the nation for deadly domestic violence and Horry County sheriff's deputies are trying to track down a suspect wanted for that crime, and another wanted for second-degree battery.

Phillip Gowing, 23, is wanted for criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature. According to the Horry County Police report, on January 21, 2015, police went to the Grand Strand Medical for an incident that happened two days prior. The victim says on that night Gowing hit her in the mouth and in the face several times and took her cell phone so that she couldn't call for help.

Gowing's last known address is on Highway 319 in Conway.

The other suspect on this week's Suspect Search is 27-year-old Rahdreia Green-Williams, wanted for failure to appear for an aggravated assault charge. According to the report, at around 4 a.m. on October 5, 2014, Horry County Police met the victim at the hospital. She says she was hurt after Williams hit her over the head with a beer bottle at Tiffany's Gentleman's Club, causing lacerations to her face. She claims the she also hit her with a closed fist. 

Williams's last known address is on Ole Bellamy Drive in Conway.

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