Don't drive a stolen car to the police

February 21, 2008 5:06:03 AM PST
If you're going to file a complaint against the law -- better not drive a stolen car to the police station. Authorities in Anderson County, South Carolina, charge Charles Chambers did just that. According to deputies, Chambers went to the county sheriff's office to demand the return of nearly $2,000 officers seized during a drug bust last June. After Chambers was told to leave, officials say an officer noticed he got into a car matching a stolen vehicle description. Authorities say the car's ignition key switch had been removed. Chambers now faces new charges, including possession of a stolen automobile.

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