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The Blotter is taken from City of Charleston police department reports. We've added a cartoon and a little commentary. We've added a little humor, too. No one has been found guilty. This is not a court of law.

Blotter Threat O'The Week:
"You better stop calling the law ... I'll kill you and your family."

"Mind your own fucking business and get lost," said a 65-year-old man who reeked of alcohol to a cop as he wandered around John Street on Nov. 24 after the officer asked what he was doing. When the officer asked where the man was staying that night, the man replied. "What the fuck does it matter, you're not my fucking babysitter." No, he's not a babysitter, but if you keep talking like that to a cop, he's liable to put you up for the night -- or until your wife bails you out.

Blotter Redundancy O'The Week:
A harassing ex-girlfriend told a man, "I'll make your life a living hell."

The owner of a James Island gas station called police on Nov. 28 when she discovered that the store was missing $679 in cigarettes and $2,656 in soda. After watching security footage, it was discovered that an employee had been using the store's money to purchase lottery tickets. The employee answered the charges by saying, "everyone does it."


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