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Man charged after hunting raccoons in Myrtle Beach

November 13, 2011

By Lorena Anderson, TheSunNews.com

Myrtle Beach Police officers arrested a Marion man on suspicion of discharging a firearm within city limits Sunday afternoon.

Bryan Williams, 34, reportedly fired a rifle in the 500 block of Collins Street as he was hunting raccoons, according to a police report.

The report said Williams was in the woods near the Withers Memorial Cemetery to hunt the animals with a .22 rifle, and did shoot some raccoons.

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