SUSPECT SEARCH: One is charged with hiding crack in her bra, another with hit-and-run

SUSPECT SEARCH: Woman accused of having crack in bra, woman accused of hit-and-run accident at large
Christina Joy Dewitt (Source: HCPD)
Christina Joy Dewitt (Source: HCPD)

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Two women are on the loose this week. Police say one hid crack in her bra while in the presence of her two children. The second suspect is charged with a hit-and-run with damage and unlawful use of a phone. Here's your chance to help authorities.

Loris police hope you can help them find Angel Gibson Hedgepath. Authorities say they pulled over the car she was a passenger in on Broad Street in Loris for not using a turn signal. The 46-year-old admitted to having crack-cocaine in her bra. Crack was also found on the passenger side floorboard. Hedgepath was charged with possession of drugs and with two counts of unlawful neglect of a child. Police say her two minor children were in the car as well. Hedgepath's last known address is on Ocala Lane in Loris.

Horry County police are looking for Christina Joy Dewitt. She's charged with unlawful use of a telephone and hit and run following an accident with property damage. Authorities say on August 7, they responded to the intersection of Highway 50 and Woodridge Circle in Little River in reference to an intentional car accident. The victim says the suspect was fleeing from another car and the suspect struck her vehicle causing $3,000 in damage. Dewitt fled and never returned. She's 31-years-old with a last known address of Horseshoe Road in Little River.

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