Georgetown restaurant owner charged with solicitation of prostitution

Kenneth Carl Terry

Kenneth Carl Terry, 46, of Georgetown is charged with four counts of Solicitation of Prostitution, according to Captain Nelson Brown with the Georgetown Police Department.

Terry owns the Krazy Fish restaurant and bar on Front Street in Georgetown. On the restaurant website, "KC" as he's known, is listed as the owner and chef.

On April 11, someone reported to police that underage drinking was taking place at the restaurant, according to an incident report. The person said he had witnessed both Terry and employees provide alcohol to underage people.

That led to an investigation and allegations that Terry was propositioning young teenage boys at the restaurant.

Police also charged him with Simple Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

He's expected to go in front of a magistrate judge Wednesday.

The investigation continues and more arrests are expected, according to police.

Georgetown police are asking anyone with information to call them at (843) 545-4300 or the anonymous tip line at (843) 545-4400. Investigator James Leewood is the case agent.