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Don’t shoot Bigfoot (access required)

The Greenville Police Department is warning residents not to pump bullets into any hairy bipedal creatures they might encounter, “as you’ll most likely be wounding a fun-loving and well-intentioned person, sweating in a gorilla costume.” A Bigfoot sighting earlier this ...

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See you later, Vinny (access required)

In Bluffton, there is an alligator named that lives in the pond on the golf course of a residential community, the Villas at Old South. There are about 250 residents, and one guy, a wheelchair-bound resident, has demanded the community ...

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Path less traveled (access required)

There are any number of methods by which a police officer can supplement his or her income, should it be deemed necessary. Some officers work off-duty security jobs, direct church traffic, or drive a school bus. But not now-former Hampton ...

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That doesn’t wash (access required)

A man who claimed to own not only Myrtle Beach but also all of Horry County threatened a car wash employee because he got sprayed with cleaning solution while taking his vehicle through the wash — with the window down. ...

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Rebel Rebel (access required)

Charleston lawyer Lee Anne Walters is in hot water over an alleged freakout and hit-and-run that left a Confederate flag-waving South Carolina Secessionist Party member with a busted knee. Walters is accused of crashing a Secessionist demonstration at the Battery ...

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Freedom in jail (access required)

County jails and “prison camps” have traditionally held a reputation as places where state inmates can do easy time (notwithstanding “easy time” being a ridiculous notion). Many inmates jump at the chance to serve as trustees at these institutions, which ...

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Safety first (access required)

When Rock Hill lawyer Robert Phillips filed a public records request seeking recordings and images related to the death of an inmate at the York County jail, the sheriff’s office responded with a questionable rejection letter.

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