O’ The Week:
Police arrested a naked man who had passed out at a peninsula bus stop last week. The officer noted the man’s clothes were at his feet and that “passersby had gathered in shock.” Yeah, that’s why they look at internet porn, too. Shock.
Something “Borrowed” O’ The Week: A bride reported that her wallet was stolen from the church on her wedding day.
A woman filed a police report, claiming harassment because she was called a slut. Lady, Charleston doesn’t prosecute people who denigrate women. It names bridges after them.
Hurricane Preparedness Theft O’ The Week: Two umbrellas
A woman claimed her ex kept texting over the rightful ownership of a kayak, claiming, “I know ur address. I’m not afraid to come get the kayak.” Afraid? Is the kayak surrounded by an alligator mote or something?
A man arrested for having an open container and being drunk in public told officers, “I’ll show you a real charge.” Yeah, buddy, we’re not impressed by that rap sheet, either.
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.