Folly beach is the only Beach in SC that still allows open alcohol consumption. For the past two years - at least - the various bureaucrats have been trying desperately to come up with a good excuse to justify another ban. They'll get their way and alcohol will be banned on Folly Beach, but most people around here seem to know that the kops went there looking for a fight.
"Police say officers were trying to arrest a man for disorderly conduct, when a crowd then formed around them."
A drunken golf fan got the shock of his life Friday when cops Tasered him after he refused to stop heckling Tiger Woods on the 11th hole of The Players Championship. Travis Parmelee, 36, of Jacksonville, Fla., was charged with disorderly intoxication and resisting arrest, officials said.
That got him another ticket for disorderly conduct. And now it has made him $4,000 richer.
City prosecutors dropped the disorderly conduct ticket and Olathe last week agreed its insurance company would pay $4,000 to Schaper and $1,000 to his lawyers, the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas and Western Missouri....
British Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife mistakenly left their eight-year-old daughter behind following lunch at a country pub recently.“The PM and wife Samantha were distraught when they realised Nancy wasn’t with them,” his office confirmed in a statement, according to British media.
“Thankfully when they phoned the pub, she was there safe and well.
Tax season again. That magical time of year when, with fear in my heart, I mail my income extortion papers to the violent gang who steals my property under threat of violence. And now that it's all over my heart has gone from fear to grief as I contemplate the uses these thugs will find for my "fair share." How much of my wealth will be used to pay the salaries of the disconnected bureaucrats who tap our phones? How much of my wealth will be used to arm the boots who demand our papers, and invade our homes? How much of my wealth will be used to terrorize quiet Iraqi families?
Local Doylestown adults take crime prevention into their own hands. After a string of thefts, young residents are taking matters into their own hands due to ineffectiveness of the kops. Perhaps if they spent less time chasing drug offenses and parking offenses, there would be more time to investigate actual crimes of theft and burglary. These college age vigilates are making a difference in their community and providing a "free" service of protection that helps residents without extracting wealth from their pockets.