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Myrtle Beach policeman's report goes viral; all arrest reports disappear from website

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Zarko (right) and Eisman. (Source: Myrtle Beach Police) Zarko (right) and Eisman. (Source: Myrtle Beach Police)
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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -

A Myrtle Beach policeman's report about the arrest of two women he nabbed for fighting has caught fire on the web.

 And now, arrest reports are no longer available on the City of Myrtle Beach Police website as they had been in the past.

 Large websites such as Gawker and The Smoking Gun have posted stories about the report by Officer William Heine, which describes in just a few words what he learned about 2 young women, who live in Myrtle Beach, but are both unemployed.

 The report was filled out about Shaina Leigh Zarko and Brittany Michelle Eisman, who are both 22 years old, and seem to have created children with the same man, according to the report.

 According to the report, the pair got into a fist fight at a motel called, Aquarius Motel III, and were charged with Disorderly Conduct Fighting / Force Company On Another on Sept. 22 around 11:30 am.

 The part of the report that has caught the attention of folks is the narrative, which is brief yet very creative: "Both share a baby daddy. They locked horns like bulls on the stairs to the Aquarius."

 Arrest reports disappeared from the City of Myrtle Beach website sometime last week. A list of those people arrested and their charges and mugshots continues to appear on the website.

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