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Two men wanted by Horry County Sheriff's Deputies

Left: Devon Ford; Right: Marshall Bellamy (Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office) Left: Devon Ford; Right: Marshall Bellamy (Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office)
HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - It was likely a frightening experience for one Horry County woman who alleges on the night of June 7, 2016 she was attacked by 35-year-old Devon Anthony-Aleron Ford. Ford is now wanted for 2nd degree domestic violence.
According to the Horry County Police report, the pregnant victim's ex-boyfriend contacted Ford and told him the baby was his.
That allegedly set Ford off, who, according to police reports, allegedly attacked the woman from behind, punched her in the face and strangled her until she nearly passed out.
Ford also allegedly took her cellphone before running away. The suspect's last known address is on Myrtle Greens in Conway.
Next, 39-year-old Marshall Bellamy is wanted for first degree burglary.
Horry County police said on June 16, 2016, an officer responded to a home on Maple Drive in Little River because a woman reported Bellamy knocked on her door and covering the peek hole. 
She said he then yelled, "Open the door; you know who this is," before kicking the door in and damaging it.
Bellamy's last known address is on D-L Drive in Little River.
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