CONWAY, SC (WBTW) – A judge has granted bond to two suspects arrested in March sex crimes against two, 4-year-old children. Ambrose Heavener and Lindsay Honeycutt were each given a $150,000 surety bond.
Court records show Honeycutt’s bond was set July 19, while Heavener’s bond was set August 10. Both child molesting suspects are still in jail, according to online booking records.
Heavener and Honeycutt were two of four suspects arrested March 3 for allegedly sexually abusing two 4-year-old children.
The other two suspects in this case are Panteleimon N. Spirakis and Anthony L. Strickland. Strickland is currently out on bond on home detention and Spirakis remains in jail, according to online booking records.
An investigation by Horry County Police show the disturbing, sexual abuse reportedly took place over a five month time span at multiple locations in Horry County, including former strip club Chez Joey, where Honeycutt was an employee, according to the police report.
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