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3 women make the list on this week's Suspect Search

GOODEN, ERICA (Source: HCSO) GOODEN, ERICA (Source: HCSO)
MULLINS, NICOLE (Source: HCSO) MULLINS, NICOLE (Source: HCSO)
ROGERS, JAZZMAINE. (Source: HCSO) ROGERS, JAZZMAINE. (Source: HCSO)

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Three women are wanted by the Horry County Sheriff's Office for three separate crimes on this week’s Horry County Suspect Search.

Stolen jewelry, a home broken into, and a woman caught with illegal drugs: these are the crimes these women allegedly committed.

Nicole Mullins, 27, is wanted after a victim reported several pieces of jewelry missing from their home, according to an Horry County Police report from July 12, 2014. Six rings in all, he said, were taken from his bedroom totaling around $4,500. The victim stated he had family over recently. Mullins was charged for the crime, but failed to appear in court. She last lived on Richmond Drive in Garden City.
    
The next suspect is 27-year-old Erica Gooden. She's wanted for second-degree burglary. A warrant for her arrest alleges on September 15, 2014, she entered a home and stole multiple electronics, change, purses, social security cards, wallets and perfume. Gooden's last known address is on Squires Lane in Myrtle Beach.
    
Last we have 36-year-old Jazzmaine Rogers, wanted for narcotics violations. An Horry County Police report alleges that on August 8, 2014, she was pulled over for a traffic violation and placed in custody for driving on a suspended license. At that time, police say they found hydrocodone, a schedule 3 narcotic. Rogers's last known address is on Gresham Road in Gresham, South Carolina. 

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