Today’s second glitch:
A two-dot “ellipsis” is always wrong. There is no such punctuation mark.
When you begin a sentence with a conjunction (and, but, or, etc.), do not place a comma after the conjunction. In a compound sentence, the comma goes before the conjunction, but when the conjunction is the first word of the sentence, there is no place for punctuation before it (d’uh!), so just leave the comma out.
You’re walking in the shady part of town when you come a cross a lottery ticket. It’s the jackpot ticket! And it’s stained with blood.