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Woman wanted by Horry County Deputies for attacks

Left: Willis Boyd, Right: Ashlei White. (Source: HCSO) Left: Willis Boyd, Right: Ashlei White. (Source: HCSO)
HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Horry County deputies need your help to track down a 44-year-old-woman wanted for second-degree battery.

On May 28, WMBF News reported Ashlei White, 44, was wanted for failure to appear for assault and second-degree battery.

WMBF News was provided information from the Horry County Sheriff's Office which stated a bench warrant was active for White.

According to Horry County court records, the warrant for White was lifted May 19 by Judge Benjamin Culbertson.

A case against White for assault and second-degree battery is still pending. 

The police report says that in June of 2014, White physically assaulted her father because she didn't like him allowing migrants to stay at his home. Police saw visible injuries to the side of her father's face, according to the report. 


Willis Boyd, 21, was wanted for criminal domestic violence and kidnapping until warrants were served on June 2, 2015.

According to the Horry County police report, on May 9, Boyd got into an argument with a woman, held her against her will and threatened to burn and kill her mother. 

Police say they found bruising and scratches on the woman. 


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