Georgetown restaurant owner charged with prostitution, underage drinking

Some strange news coming out of Georgetown today that Kenneth Carl Terry, the owner of Krazy Fish, a restaurant located at 619 Front Street has been charged with charged with prostitution. 

The Georgetown Police department released the following statement on the arrest on their Facebook page:

As the result of an on-going criminal investigation into allegations of prostitution and the sale of alcohol to minors. The Georgetown Police Department announces the arrest of Kenneth Carl Terry 46 yoa, of Georgetown. Terry is the Owner/Operator of the Krazy Fish restaurant and bar located at 619 Front Street Georgetown. Terry has been charged with four counts of solicitation for prostitution. The allegations stem from the proposition of young teenage boys at the restaurant. The investigation continues and more arrests are expected.

If you're interested, you can read Myrtle Beach Restaurant News' review of Krazy Fish here, and we're pretty sure the Rice Museum Benefit: AMP Fest that is scheduled on May 4th is going to be canceled.   

Below is a Krazy Fish promo from YouTube:

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