Accused swindler facing new charges in Myrtle Beach
Mon, 29 Jul 2013 15:33:07 GMT —
A man arrested by Conway police officers for two swindling incidents that happened in June faces new charges in Myrtle Beach.
Myrtle Beach police arrested Eric Moultrie, 46, of Conway over the weekend, and charged him with two counts of Breach of Trust More than $10,000 and one count of Breach of Trust More than $2,000 but less than $10,000, according to the police report.
The new charges are in connection to three separate incidents.
On July 5, a 52-year-old woman told officers she paid Moultrie $100 to detail her car, and he never returned with her vehicle.
On July 22, a 61-year-old woman said she gave Moultrie $40 to clean her car. She said he returned with the car only half clean and said he needed more money. When he didn't bring it back the next day, she called police.
On July 23, a 56-year-old woman called police saying she paid Moultrie $25 to wash her car, and he never brought it back.
Florence County deputies arrested Moultrie during a traffic stop Friday.
Conway police officers said he went to two houses and took money from the homeowners to pressure wash the homes in June, but never returned.
Moultrie was booked into the J. Reuben Long Detention Center on Friday and charged with two counts of Breach of Trust and one count Breach of Trust Over $10,000.
In total, he faces 7 charges. Four counts of Breach of Trust with Fraudulent Intent Under $2,000. He also faces three counts of Breach of Trust with Fraudulent Intent $5,000 or more.