This is from WMBF Florence-Myrtle Beach, S. C.

It seems a Son of Obama is being looked for in the case of a loaded gun in the Toy Aisle at Son of Obama 

The last known owner of the gun is a Daughter of Obama.

Were they recruited by the antigunners  in South Carolina?

Personally, I smell a rat.


If you have any information on the man pictured, please call police. | Source: Myrtle Beach Police Department

Source: Myrtle Beach Police Department Suspect


Chavonne Tere Moore, the last known owner of the gun. Source: MBPD.

Chavonne Tere Moore, the last known owner of the gun. Source: MBPD.



MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – A real gun was found in the toy aisle of Target on Seaboard Street. The police report states a loss prevention worker stumbled upon the gun Friday night.

The gun was in plain view on top of a superhero Playskool toy box when the worker found it; he thought it was a toy. He realized it was real after seeing it was loaded with live ammo.

The fact that it was found in an aisle geared toward children makes some shoppers feel this was no accident.

“I don’t think someone would accidentally drop off a gun. I think he purposely left it there for a child to pick up and think, ‘Oh, it’s a toy gun,’ and accidentally point it at somebody and it goes off,” says Kennedy McClain.

Fletcher Armstrong III, a Concealed Weapons Permit instructor with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, explains it is never too early to start talking gun safety with children.

He narrows it down into four easy-to-understand steps: “If a child comes across a gun they should follow four steps: Stop. Don’t touch. Leave the area, and tell an adult.”

The police report mentions there was a suspicious male walking up and down each toy aisle, including the aisle the gun was found.

On Thursday, the Myrtle Beach Police Department released a photo of the man they are attempting to identify in reference to the incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective H. Jones at 843-918-1911.

On Friday, Myrtle Beach Police released the identity of the last known registered owner of the handgun: Chavonne Tere Moore.

Senior Specialist of Target’s Public Relations Department, Evan Lapiska, sent WMBF News the following statement:

“The safety and security of our team members and guests is a top priority for Target. We take these matters very seriously and we are partnering with local law enforcement on this incident. Because this matter is under active investigation, we are unable to share additional information.”

Shoppers say they are thankful the gun was found before a child mistook it for a toy.