Aug 05, 2022
Endangered Missing Person Alert Issued For 31-Year-Old Woman Allegedly Abducted In Chester City
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CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) — Pennsylvania State Police have issued an endangered missing person alert after a 31-year-old woman was allegedly abducted in Chester. The alert says 31-year-old Shameeka Thompson was abducted by 26-year-old Dehmier Harmon.
State police say Thompson was last seen in the area of West 21st Street in Chester City around 4 p.m. Friday. READ MORE: Keyshlyne Patterson Wanted For Attempted Murder In North Philly Shooting Of Jhayden Gutner, Who Police Say Was Not Intended Target
(Credit: Pennsylvania State Police)
According to state police, Thompson was abducted by Harmon, who fled in an unknown vehicle. Police believe they were headed to Penns Grove, New Jersey.READ MORE: New Jersey Health Officials Say Monkeypox Outbreak Happening At Worst Time; Peak Of Summer Vacations
State police say Thompson is 5 foot 6, 180 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a Cheetah print shirt with a brown scarf and blue jeans.
Police say Harmon should be considered armed and dangerous.
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Call the police if you have any information about Thompson or Harmon’s whereabouts.
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Horror details emerge as woman, 63, dies after being impaled on a beach umbrella
A BEACHGOER died on Wednesday after being impaled by an umbrella along the South Carolina coastline.
Tammy Perreault was rushed to the hospital after she was hit by the umbrella, which was picked up by the wind, officials said.4A woman died on Wednesday after being impaled by a beach umbrella on a South Carolina beachCredit: Google Maps 4Off-duty medical professionals and good Samaritans reportedly gave 63-year-old Tammy Perreault medical care while awaiting first respondersCredit: Facebook
Perreault, a 63-year-old from Surfside, was on the beach in Garden City at around 12.30pm when the freak accident happened.
Off-duty medical professionals and other beachgoers tried to save Perreault by giving her medical care while awaiting first responders, Thomas Bell, a spokesperson for Horry County Emergency Management, said.
The 63-year-old woman of Surfside died of chest trauma at the hospital.
“This is a terrible loss, and we know our community is hurting,” Bell said.Read more about beachesBRIDGE TRAGEDY Woman plummets 50ft to her death after drawbridge opened as she crossedSERIAL ATTACKER? Horror details about huge great white shark after second brutal attack
“Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the victim as they navigate through this difficult time.”
Garden City is about 10 miles south of Myrtle Beach.
Tributes quickly poured in for Perreault, including one from a local beach restaurant.
Scotty’s Beach Bar in Surfside Beach posted on social media: “Today with heavy hearts we mourn the loss of a dear friend and kind-hearted local, Tammy Perreault.Most read in NewsSHOCK DETAILS Major update in Harmony Montgomery case two years after girl, 8, went missingWE NEED HER HOME Kiely Rodni's mom pleads for help to find daughter before teen's birthdayNO LOVE Heartbreaking moment mum tries to sell her son, 7, at shopping centre for £4,000EERIE UPDATE Creepy message on missing teen's sweater revealed after she VANISHED
"Some things we will never begin to understand but what we do know is no one has a bad thing to say about this woman.
"To be as sweet as her day in and day out should be a goal for all.”
One person wrote in response: "Tammy was a beautiful, kind-hearted woman! She will be missed by MANY, love and prayers to Mike & her family."Read More on The US SunWE NEED HER HOME Kiely Rodni's mom pleads for help to find daughter before teen's birthdaymythical sight I'm a Bigfoot hunter - the most shocking sightings and beast's 'true origin'
Another person added: "Bizarre accident. Unreal. Feel so bad for Mike. RIP Tammie."
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that there were roughly 2,800 beach umbrella-related injuries between 2010 to 2018.4Horry County Chief Deputy Coroner Tamara Willard said the beach umbrella was carried by the wind and into Tammy Perreault just after 12.30pmCredit: Facebook 4Tributes poured in for the 63-year-old woman of Surfside after the tragedy on a Garden City beachCredit: Facebook