Motion for bond hearing filed in case of North Myrtle Beach woman accused of killing newborns

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NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – A motion for a bond hearing has been filed in the case of a North Myrtle Beach woman accused of killing two newborns.

According to the public defender’s office, the motion for a bond hearing for Alyssa Anne Dayvault was filed on March 26. No date for a bond hearing has been set.

Dayvault is accused of killing two newborns and disposing of their bodies in the trash, according to warrants.

Warrants from the North Myrtle Beach Police Department allege that Dayvault disposed of a male newborn’s body around December 2 or 3, 2018 in the area of 98 S. Oak Street in North Myrtle Beach.

She is also accused of disposing of a female newborn’s body sometime between November 4-23, 2017 in the area of 1100 David Street in the City of North Myrtle Beach, according to warrants. 

Read more about what those warrants said here.

Dayvault is charged with two counts of murder/homicide by child abuse and two counts of graves/destruction, desecration or removal of human remains.

In December, the Horry County Coroner’s Office said they would test the DNA of baby boy Horry against Dayvault.

Baby boy Horry was found in a bag in some woods off Highway 544 between Socastee and Conway in December 2008.

The coroner’s office also said the newborn male’s body had been taken for an autopsy at MUSC.

According to J. Reuben Long Detention Center booking records, Dayvault was booked on December 11, 2018. She remains in the center as of 3:45 p.m. Tuesday.

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