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(MSNBC)   Apparently, some people are still not clear on this: When you drive to the police station to demand the return of nearly $2,000 seized during a drug arrest, do not use a stolen car   ( divider line
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2008-02-21 04:21:48 AM  
so, the vessel with the pestle has the pellet with the poison, and the chalice from the palace has the brew that is true?
2008-02-21 04:45:20 AM  
Man Drives Stolen Car to Police Station

7 hours ago

ANDERSON, S.C. (AP) - Authorities say a man drove a stolen car to the Anderson County Sheriff's Office to demand the return of nearly $2,000 officers seized from him during a drug arrest last June.

Deputies said after they told Charles Chambers, 36, to leave Tuesday afternoon, an officer noticed he got into a car that matched the description of a vehicle stolen about three hours earlier.

Another officer pulled the man over and told him to stop the car. The officer said Chambers stuck a screwdriver in the ignition to shut it off because the vehicle's key switch had been removed.

Authorities say Chambers was charged with possession of a stolen automobile, driving under suspension and a tag violation.

2008-02-21 04:47:23 AM  
Wait, you can get a tag violation for driving a stolen vehicle?
2008-02-21 05:09:39 AM  
Did the headline make anyone else's head hurt?
2008-02-21 05:44:09 AM  
That's a lot of officers...
2008-02-21 07:04:15 AM  
wait.. so the guy was stashing officers worth $2000 bucks somewhere?
2008-02-21 07:42:01 AM  
$20 says he had a mullet!
2008-02-21 07:45:08 AM  
Tawnos: Wait, you can get a tag violation for driving a stolen vehicle?

yeah, and can be cited for no proof of insurance too :/

2008-02-21 08:26:59 AM  
Not sure, but I think this might put a driving-stolen-car-to-cops/court trifecta in play

/Too lazy to check
2008-02-21 11:32:19 AM  
Krime maks U stoopid!
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