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Blotter: Car sex, drug user spy gear, and smokin' in the girls room

Highlights from the City of Charleston police reports

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Car Sex O' The Week: An officer tapped on a fogged-up window. The fella romancing his honey asked if they could put their clothes on before getting out of the car. After putting on a pair of pants, he went to climb out of the car. "Upon stepping out of the vehicle a bottle of vodka a quarter full fell out of the vehicle as well," according to police.

A female student was busted for smoking a joint in the girls room. "Smokin' in the Boys Room" is a hair-band anthem. Smokin' in the girls room is nothing but an unfortunate start to your rap sheet.

Wearing gear perfect for the spy or drug user on your Christmas list, a suspect arrested for drug possession told officers he had a baggy hiding under his wristwatch.

After pulling over a suspect driving with his headlights off, an officer asked the man to turn off his car. "I don't know how," the suspect said. He was later charged with driving under the influence.

Items Stolen This Week: Four iPods, three GPS units, two bikes, and two laptops

The items stolen in a home break-in included a "vintage" Star Wars computer mouse. You know, just because it took place "a long time ago" does not make Star Wars memorabilia vintage.

An employer had a bad night when one of his staff members took his car home and left the keys in the center console, with the doors unlocked. The car was stolen, but retrieved soon after when a second employee saw what he thought was a similar car and then noticed a message about the theft on Facebook.

Two girls got in trouble at an area high school for allegedly fighting over "a boyfriend." But the police report doesn't state whose boyfriend ... oh, wait. We get it now.

Police found marijuana in a suspect's bookbag. He admitted it was his and offered to get more for the officer. A salesman to the end.

The Blotter is taken from City of Charleston police department reports. We've added cartoons and a little commentary. We've added a little humor, too. No one has been found guilty. This is not a court of law.

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