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Suspects 'Most Wanted' for domestic violence, child support charges

Jerry Hardee (Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office) Jerry Hardee (Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office)
Otis Ladson (Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office) Otis Ladson (Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office)

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - It may be Thanksgiving, but that doesn't mean the Horry County Sheriff's Office is taking the day off.

On this week's "Horry County's Most Wanted, Theo Hayes has a look at two suspects authorities need your help finding.

Last week, we showed you a suspect wanted for food stamp fraud, and less than 24 hours later she was captured. Officials hope you all can help them do the same tonight.

Jerry Wayne Hardee is 31 years old and is wanted for failure to appear on a criminal domestic violence charge. According to the police report, back in February, Hardee grabbed his live-in girlfriend by the neck and pushed her up against the stove.

Hardee and the victim have a child together, and the report also says this wasn't the first time he assaulted her. His last known address is on Pleasant Grove Road in Loris.

The other "Most Wanted" suspect this week is Otis Ladson. He is 41 years old and wanted for failure to pay child support-- three counts. Ladson is 5-foot-seven-inches tall, 130 pounds in weight, and his last known address is on Chestnut Road in Longs.

If you have any information about where these suspects could be, contact the Horry County Sheriff's Office, and remember: no tip is too small.

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