An argument between two people led to a stabbing and a search for suspect in Myrtle Beach Tuesday night.
Myrtle Beach police say the two men got into an argument around 14th Avenue South and South Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach around 10 p.m.
The 29 year-old victim said the suspect
Russell, 54, of Georgetown, threatened to cut him, according to the police report.
He said he swung at R
and the men started fighting.
The victim noticed that he was bleeding from his arm, after being was cut with a knife.
He said Russell took off on a red Suzuki motorcycle.
No arrests have been made.
The victim said it all started because R
was talking about his girlfriend.