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Re: “Folly Beach Residents Report Police Harassment

Let's settle alot of this debate and have the sheriffs office releases the video tape for james' car. The county have camera installed that turn on when the blue lights are activated, and the officers where microphones. There are also microphones in the rear seat to alloy the police to record everything people say. To stop recording the officer has to stop the tape. All of the these should arrest should be on tape unless james pushed the stop button. Put the tapes out there and let them speak for themselves.

Posted by levelheaded on July 17, 2007 at 5:48 PM

Re: “Folly Beach Residents Report Police Harassment

I'm Sorry I was wrong with rural speed limit. Here is the way is reads on the DMV's website. The maximum un-posted speed limit in an urban district or residential area is 30 miles per hour. The maximum un-posted speed limit in a rural area is 55 miles per hour except when a higher limit is allowed by the federal law.

Posted by levelheaded on July 14, 2007 at 9:46 PM

Re: “Folly Beach Residents Report Police Harassment

Fbsurfer go smoke another one. these cities are paying off duty county cops to patrol an area the county should already be in. This practice of paying officers do something they should already be doing is stupid. So yes allowing these officers to use resources owned by the county for personal gain should be a conflict of interest. If the officers want to do these jobs let the these cities provide city owned vehicles for these officers to use. The speed limit on a residential street is 30 MPH and 50 MPR on rural streets unless otherwise posted.

Posted by levelheaded on July 14, 2007 at 9:26 PM

Re: “Folly Beach Residents Report Police Harassment

Can someone please tell me why the City of Folly Beach, the Town of Kiawah, and the town of Seabrook are hiring off duty county cops to patrol their towns. If I am not mistaken all of these areas are all in Charleston County. They should be patroled and payed with our tax dollars. Being familiar with the the way the officers are payed, a rate set by the county, who is footing the bill for the cars and the feul being used? I these officers are being paid for off duty work then they should be reimbersing the tax paying citizens for the wear and tear on these vehicles and the officers should be paying for the gas. Officers James is doing hids job, but it sounds like he could use some people skills. Sheriff Al should want to make sure this officer is treating the citizens that elect him properly. Car35 I'll bet you are the same county officer that chases people down that pass your house on fox fire, and tell them they need to slow down you have kids. From what I am reading your kids should not be in the street to begin with. And maybe you should learn what the speed limits is on a public road unless other wise posted. Fox Fire does not have a posted speed limit with a legal state sign.

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Posted by levelheaded on July 14, 2007 at 8:04 PM
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