NORTH AUGUSTA, South Carolina (WAGT) – A South Carolina mother who was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct for allegedly using profanity in a grocery store over the weekend has heard from the woman who made the initial complaint.
Danielle Wolfe, 27, was arrested after the witness claims she used the “f-word” while reprimanding her children in a North Augusta grocery store. When asked by law enforcement, Wolfe admitted to using the language and that’s when the officer cuffed and booked her.
There is a law on the books in South Carolina that reads using “obscene” language in public is illegal. Wolfe was released and handed a citation for disorderly conduct. She’s got a September court date.
The witness who reported the incident says she did ask Wolfe to not use that language, however, she certainly didn’t expect her to get arrested, and on Thursday called to apologize.