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Horry County deputies search for two women wanted for assault

Left: Tiffany Thomas, Right: Beverly Goins-Locklear Left: Tiffany Thomas, Right: Beverly Goins-Locklear

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) -  On this week’s edition of Horry County Suspect Search, the Horry County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help to find two female suspects wanted for assault.

An Horry County police report states that on October 1, 34-year-old Tiffany Ann Thomas hit a female victim over the head with what appeared to be a police baton. The report says it all started with an argument Thomas got into with a man at a home on Freemont Road. She was told to leave, but later came back to apologize. The man let Thomas into the home, believing she had good intentions, but instead, allegedly ended up hitting the victim. Thomas' last known address is on Freemont Road in Longs.

Beverly Goins-Locklear, 39, is wanted for failure to appear for second-degree assault and battery. The Myrtle Beach police report states that in January of 2015, Goins-Locklear entered a hotel room at Fountain Bleu on Ocean Boulevard and saw the victim lying in bed with the witness. It says she punched her in the face and then hit her with an unknown object, causing a large laceration on her forehead. 
Goins-Locklear's last known address is on South Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach. 

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