Two men wanted, you can help Horry County deputies track them down

Two men wanted, you can help Horry County deputies track them down

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Getting drugs off the streets is a daily job for law enforcement officials; fortunately they managed to get a small amount of cocaine off the streets in April thanks to a traffic stop.

But now, Horry County deputies need your help to find Ronnie Rogers. He wanted for failure to appear for possession of cocaine. According to a Myrtle Beach police report, police pulled over a vehicle on April 4, 2015 because it had no headlights. Police say both the driver and passenger had a clear plastic zip lock bag with a white powdery substance. When officers on scene-tested it, they said it was .44 grams of cocaine. Both occupants were arrested for the crime, but Rogers never showed up for court. His last known address is on Cedar Street in Myrtle Beach.

Edward Hemingway is wanted for second-degree burglary. According to the Horry County police report, on April 6 of 2014, an alarm went off at the Hot Spot business, which is located at 1798 North Highway 701 in Loris. When police arrived, they noticed the side entrance window had been broken and several Black and Mild Cigars were stolen.  As a result, the report states that police were able to swab and get two samples of  Hemingway's DNA that were left behind on the broken glass. His last known address is on Hemingway Road in Loris.

If you know where the two suspects are, contact police.

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