Man gets ten years for robbing Conway liquor store, cutting owners

(J. Reuben Long. WPDE background)

A Myrtle Beach man has been sentenced to ten years in jail after pleaded guilty to charges related to an armed robbery at a Conway liquor store and assault of the store owners, according to a news release from Fifteenth Circuit Solicitor Jimmy Richardson.

Vincent Rosenweig, 29, of Myrtle Beach pleaded guilty to armed robbery and assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature before the Honorable Circuit Court Judge Larry B. Hyman and was sentenced to serve 10 years on each charge, said Christopher D. Helms, the assistant solicitor who prosecuted the case for the 15th Circuit Solicitor’s Office.

The sentences will run concurrently.

Rosenweig was arrested in August of 2017 after Stalvey’s Liquor store was robbed by an armed man.

He was charged with trying to steal liquor from the store and when he was confronted by the owners, a man and woman, police say he pulled out a knife and cut both of them. The woman was cut severely, according to officials.

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