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Georgetown man asked for sex from teen boys in his restaurant, police say

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GEORGETOWN, SC (WBTW) - A Georgetown restaurant owner was arrested Tuesday after police said he solicited sex from teen boys at the restaurant.

According to Georgetown Police Capt. Nelson Brown, Kenneth Carl Terry, 46, of Georgetown is charged with four counts of solicitation for prostitution.

Police said Terry is the owner of "Krazy Fish" on Front Street and is where the incident took place, Capt. Brown said.

Terry made the proposition of the four teen boys at the restaurant, according to a police report.

Brown said the investigation continues and more arrests are expected.

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