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Failure to appear leads to warrants for two people in Horry County

Left: Kenny Manier, Right: Edward Griffin Left: Kenny Manier, Right: Edward Griffin

HORRY COUNTY (WMBF) - If you are arrested for a crime and then don't show up for court, authorities will likely put out a warrant for your arrest again and that's exactly the case for two people Horry County Sheriff's office is searching for.

The Horry County Sheriff's Office says 41-year-old Edward Griffin failed to appear for a drug and manufacture, distribution of methamphetamine charge. The Myrtle Beach police report states that on August 31, 2015 officers responded to 407 5th Avenue in reference to a possible meth lab. The report says officers found a two-liter soda bottle with white power inside that was bubbling. A trained officer stated it was active. The report said Griffin was sitting nearby with a gas generator. His last known address is on 5th avenue in Myrtle Beach. 

Kenny Lee Manier, 35, is wanted for failing to appear for a first-degree domestic violence charge. The North Myrtle Beach Police Report states that on September 22, 2015, Manier attacked the victim after allegedly getting drunk in a park and waking up cold. The report states he was upset about sleeping outside and that he hit the woman in the face with a closed fist. The report states that he is homeless.

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