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Two suspects wanted by Horry County Sheriff's Office

Left: Inife Cohen, Right: Terrance Judson. Source: HCSO Left: Inife Cohen, Right: Terrance Judson. Source: HCSO

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Authorities say 21-year-old Terrance Judson is wanted for failure to appear for the unlawful carrying of a pistol and failure to stop for a police vehicle.

An Horry County police report states that on February 11, 2015 police attempted to pull over a silver Cadillac because it had a bag over the license plate. Authorities say Judson was driving the car and did not stop for police. Instead, they say he drove to an apartment complex on Rittenhouse Road, got out of the car and ran. Police say they later located him hiding in a creek and that they also found a handgun in the car. He was arrested, but never showed up for court.

The next suspect is 28-year-old Inife Cohen. He’s wanted for failure to appear for a 2nd degree burglary charge. An Horry County police report states that on October 22, 2014 the victim called police to report a break in at her home on Old Bucksville Road. She stated the back door had been preyed open and a tv and camera were missing. Police lifted two finger prints from a window. Cohen was arrested but did not show up for court.

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