Georgetown business owner charged for soliciting teen boys

      Kenneth Carl Terry (provided)

      GEORGETOWN, S.C. (WCIV) -- Georgetown police have arrested a man after an investigation into allegations of selling alcohol to minors and prostitution led them to the Krazy Fish restaurant.

      According to police, the owner, 46-year-old Kenneth Carl Terry, was propositioning young teenage boys at the restaurant located on Front Street in Georgetown.

      Terry has been charged with four counts of solicitation for prostitution.

      According to an update from the Georgetown Police Department, Terry was also charged with simple possession of marijuana and simple possession of drug paraphernalia.

      Police say more arrests are expected.

      Terry is expected to see a magistrate on Wednesday.

      The Georgetown Police Department is asking the public for information that they might have pertaining to this investigation to contact the Department at 843-545-4300 or call the anonymous tip line at 843-545-4400.