Archive for October, 2012

Hall of Fame Baseball Player Carlton Fisk Charged with DUI

Posted by the Charleston DUI Lawyers at Anderson & Schuster, Attorneys at Law, LLC. Hall of Fame baseball catcher Carlton Fisk was charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) on Monday in Illinois after he was found unconscious behind the wheel of his vehicle. Police said that an open vodka bottle was found in Fisk's vehicle. Where was his vehicle? According…read more →

South Carolina Taxpayer Information Hacked

Posted by the Charleston, SC Attorneys at Anderson & Schuster, Attorneys at Law, LLC. An overseas plot to steal the identities of millions of people in South Carolina has been uncovered. The South Carolina Department of Revenue's website was hacked by someone in a foreign country. The agency is responsible for 32 separate state taxes, licenses, and your state income tax returns, and…read more →

Increased DUI Enforcement On James Island This Saturday

The Charleston County Sheriff's Office announced that it plans to increase traffic enforcement including DUI saturation patrols and safety checkpoints on James Island this coming Saturday.  The Post and Courier repots that traffic deputies and members of the Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic Unit (HEAT) will be out in force from 7 p.m. Saturday until 5 a.m. Sunday particularly in…read more →

Drunk Man on Horse Arrested after Police Chase

Posted by the Charleston, SC DUI Defense Lawyers at Anderson & Schuster, Attorneys at Law, LLC. A man who was under the influence of alcohol while riding a horse led police on a half-four chase in a northeast Florida town. Charles Cowart, 29, was arrested Monday afternoon about 60 miles south of Jacksonville. (Video Below) A police officer was responding…read more →

DUI Charge for SC School Bus Driver

Posted by the Charleston DUI Lawyers at Anderson & Schuster, Attorneys at Law, LLC. A school bus driver in Richland County, SC was arrested for drunk driving (DUI) and child endangerment last Friday. The South Carolina Highway Patrol reports she was arrested for DUI after wrecking the school bus she used for transporting students to and from school by running…read more →

Entertaining Criminal News

In an effort to keep our blog followers up to date and possibly entertained, check out these news stories from around the country.   Woman Arrested For Setting Fire To A Drink Vending Machine After It Stole Her Money The New Bern North Carolina woman did not put up much of a defense at her preliminary hearing stating: "I'll represent myself,…read more →

Entertaining Crime Blotter From Charleston SC

Click below for a copy of the recent crime blotter in the Charleston City Paper. 10/17/12 Charleston City Paper Crime Blotter 10/10/12 Crime Blotter Full Story   Mt. Pleasant DUI Lawyer If you have read our previous blog post Mt. Pleasant, SC Makes Most DUI Arrests in South Carolina you should know that the Mt. Pleasant Police are serious about arresting people for…read more →

Woman Charged With DUI After Drinking Hand Sanitizer

Posted by the Charleston DUI Lawyers at Anderson & Schuster, Attorneys at Law, LLC A woman charged with operating a vehicle under the influence told police that she drank half a bottle of hand sanitizer.  The woman was pulled over after police saw her speed around a corner and spin out of control.  The police reported smelling alcohol on the…read more →

College of Charleston Student Sues Man for Secretly Filming Them Having Sex

Unemployed personal trainer and CBS "Survivor" want to be Harold "Tripp" Worthy has gotten himself into some hot water after he allegedly filmed himself having sexual intercourse with a College of Charleston freshman and sold the video on the internet.  According to the Post and Courier, a criminal investigation is currently underway in Lexington County and the College of Charleston…read more →

Deputy Sheriff Driving Cruiser with 0.15 BAC not Charged with DUI

Posted by the Charleston, SC DUI Lawyers at Anderson & Schuster, Attorneys at Law, LLC. A Deputy Sheriff with the Sumter County, SC Sheriff's Department, who resigned after he registered a blood alcohol content of 0.15 during a breathalyzer test the night officers found his vehicle parked in the middle of a South Carolina Highway, has not been charged with…read more →