LORIS, SC (WBTW) – Horry County Police say two men have been arrested for a recent home invasion in Loris.
According to Horry County Police Department spokesperson Krystal Dotson, Dominique Hemingway and Tareek Hemingway have been arrested in connection with the Sept. 28 home invasion in Loris. Both men were booked into the Columbus County Detention Center and are awaiting extradition to Horry County, confirms Dotson.
The police report says the burglary happened on at a home on Highway 701 North in Loris. The victim told police she had just returned home after collecting $360 in rent money when she noticed a shadow outside on the carport. When she went to the storm door, she saw a male in dark clothes trying to get inside the home.
According to the report, when she went to “push him out of the residence,” another male forced his way in and placed a gun to the victim’s head.
When the men got inside, they demanded money and took the $360 from her wallet. The men also reportedly asked her if she had a husband. She answered that she did have a husband that would be right back.
The report states that one of the men “told her to tell her husband he had a nice wife and they would be watching her.” The suspects told her she had to sit in a chair in the kitchen for five minutes and not move before they left.
Dominique Hemingway will be charged with armed robbery and kidnapping.
Tareek Hemingway will be charged with armed robbery, kidnapping, pointing and presenting a firearm, possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon.