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Duo nabbed on murder charges in Horry County

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Sean Patrick Stocks, age 37, and Pauline Sherdi'Mar Turner Sean Patrick Stocks, age 37, and Pauline Sherdi'Mar Turner
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -

Officers of the Horry County Police Department and agents with the US Marshal Service have captured two suspects wanted for murder in Virginia, officials said.

 On Monday, a Horry County Police Detective currently assigned to the US Marshal Task Force was alerted by Deputies of the Greensville County Sheriff's Office in Virginia about the possibility of two Homicide suspects from their jurisdiction being in Horry County.

  The homicide occurred on May 9, 2013 and Horry County officials were told that the suspects fled to South Carolina shortly after the incident.

Sean Patrick Stocks, age 37, and Pauline Sherdi'Mar Turner, age 29, were charged with 1st Degree Murder, Robbery, Grand Larceny, authorities said.

 "The US Marshal Task Force did locate the two suspects in a residence on Hwy. 814 in the Myrtle Beach section of Horry County in the evening hours of yesterday's date," said Sgt. Robert Kegler of the Horry County Police.

  Both suspects were taken into custody without incident. 

They are currently at the J. Reuben Long Detention Center awaiting extradition to Greensville County, VA.

 

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