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Police: Woman reported missing in N. Myrtle Beach actually dodging court in NC

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NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, NC (WPDE) -- A woman who was reported missing from North Myrtle Beach last weekend did not drown in the ocean and was never actually missing, according to the City of North Myrtle Beach Public Safety Department.

Officials determined Amy Lynette Arrington and her husband Paul David Arrington conspired for her to disappear to avoid having to show up in court in North Carolina on Monday to answer to charges filed against her there.

Charges for Filing a False Police Report are pending in North Myrtle Beach against Paul David Arrington.

Click here to read more at CarolinaLive.com

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She spent 2 years

in prison beginning in 2006 for the same crimes she's facing now.

Her bond was set at $500,000.

Meanwhile her husband of 2 years turned himself in to MB authorities noting he can not believe these charges about his loving wife.

They should be made to

They should be made to reimburse any monies that was spent looking for her.

Now, there's a Grand Plan...

...engineered by complete and verifiable idiots! Stack the charges up waist deep, they'll wiggle out of them anyway...

She went missing just before

She went missing just before a court date for being a habitual felon. It would not take much smarts to figure what was going on here. Pretty obvious. Guess they were going to collect insurance money and head for Mexico or New Zealand or wherever and live happily ever after.

just like the Biblical story of Jonah, swallowed up by whale

Folks -- I was there at North Myrtle Beach and I am happy to swear in court that this woman, Amy, was indeed swallowed up by whale in just one gulp -- just like the Biblical story of Jonah -- it happens. There is no fraud here.