The daughter of among the people made famous through the docuseries “Tiger King” is facing misdemeanor gun charges following a traffic stay in the wee hrs of Sunday morning.
Tawny Sky Antle, 27, the daughter of Bhagavan “Doc” Antle, was charged with the illegal transporting of the pistol on Sunday, following a vehicle by which she would be a passenger was pull in Myrtle Beach around 1:30 am, reported the Myrtle Beach Sun News. The vehicle by which she was riding had been driven by Derek Justin Frost, 30, who had been also charged with the illegal transporting of the pistol.
Based on the arrest warrant acquired by Archiweekend.com, the 2 were stopped near Acline Avenue and Crimson Street — near the middle of town — as their vehicle fit the outline of the vehicle involved with a shooting.
That shooting, police told the paper, happened close to the intersection of 3rd Avenue and North Sea Boulevard, in regards to a mile-and-a-half where the happy couple was stopped. Master Cpl. Tom Vest from the Myrtle Beach Police Department stated there weren’t any injuries within the shooting.
Following the two were stopped, the motive force, Frost, was requested to exit the automobile by officials. The warrant states police observed a black 9mm Glock 45 guaranteed within the driver’s side door panel. Frost was without a hidden carry permit.
When officials then conducted a far more thorough search from the vehicle, they apparently found a multicolored Sig Sauer “P36” 9mm hand gun inside a red jacket on Antle’s lap. (It’s unclear in the warrant which of countless P36 models Antle been on her possession.) She also was without a hidden carry permit.
Both were released on $10,000 personal recognizance bonds. Neither presently has charges pending against them for that shooting these were stopped with regards to Antle — together with her father, Doc Antle, and sister, Tilakum Watterson, are facing cruelty to creatures and Endangered Species Act breach charges within the condition of Virginia.
The reported shooting that Antle and Frost were stopped was 1 of 2 that night in Myrtle Beach. Another, based on the Myrtle Beach Police, happened in the Sandygate Apartments — miles north of in which the two were stopped — at 11:30 p.m. on Saturday. One individual was hurt and brought towards the hospital for the reason that shooting. Police arrested Jamakion Kyleme Spivey, 19, soon after they taken care of immediately the scene and billed him with attempted murder, having ammunition throughout a violent crime, and straightforward having marijuana.
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