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Officers arrest 3 more 'Most Wanted' suspects

Bradley Barnhill is wanted for criminal domestic violence. | Source: HCSO Bradley Barnhill is wanted for criminal domestic violence. | Source: HCSO
Natalie Smith is wanted for trespassing. | Source: HCSO Natalie Smith is wanted for trespassing. | Source: HCSO
Josh Richardson is wanted for second degree burglary. | Source: HCSO Josh Richardson is wanted for second degree burglary. | Source: HCSO

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Three suspects featured on Horry County's Most Wanted on July 31 have since been arrested by Horry County Police officers.

Bradley James Barnhill, 28, was wanted for criminal domestic violence, according to authorities.
Barnhill and the female victim met at a church cemetery parking lot to talk back on Sunday, May 25, according to the police report.

Barnhill became upset because the victim had been riding in a car with another man, the report states. Barnhill allegedly pushed her to the ground and kicked her in the leg. The victim suffered bruises.

Barnhill was arrested on August 7 by Horry County Police Department.

In addition, two suspects were wanted for having allegedly committed a crime together.

Joshua Steven Richardson, 23, was wanted for second degree burglary. Richardson trespassed into a home on Marshland Road in Aynor on July 10 around 8 a.m., according a police report.

Richardson was arrested on August 8 by HCPD.

Natalie Nicole Smith, 25, is also accused of breaking into the same home on Marshland Road.
Smith's sister came home to find Smith's clothes and shoes in her home, according to officials. The bathroom shower was wet and Smith had been told she was not allowed to be there.

Smith was arrested on August 5, also by HCPD.

Every week, wanted suspects are featured on Horry County's Most Wanted list. Text WANTED to 84300 for updates. If you have any information on the whereabouts of the said suspects, please call police.

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