Three people arrested in Myrtle Beach social networking robbery cases appeared in court on Tuesday.
The Myrtle Beach Police Department announced the arrests of three people in connection to social networking robbery cases on Monday.
In each case, police said the victims used a social networking app to meet individuals who planned to rob them.
Dlanor Phillip Tilton, 19, is charged with three counts of armed robbery as well as possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime. Mazar Nathaniel Sturdivant faces the same charges.
Shamoray Rockel Holmes is charged with armed robbery.
The suspects appeared for bond hearings at 9 a.m. on Tuesday.
Tilton received a total bond amount of $80,000, according to the Horry County Public Index. He received $25,000 bond for each armed robbery charge and a $5,000 bond for the weapons charge.
Sturdivant also received a total bond of $80,000, the public index shows. A $25,000 bond was given for each charge of armed robbery and a $5,000 bond was given for the weapons charge.
Holmes received a $25,000 bond for the charge of armed robbery.