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Police Blotter, Feb. 10, 2013

Rogaine stolen from grocery

Posted: February 10, 2013 - 1:01am
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Columbia County authorities are looking for a woman who stole Rogaine and headache powder from a grocery store. on Jan. 31.  Special photo
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Columbia County authorities are looking for a woman who stole Rogaine and headache powder from a grocery store. on Jan. 31.

The following accounts were taken from reports from The Columbia County Sheriff’s Office:

Rogaine stolen from grocery

Columbia County authorities are looking for a woman they say stole more than $300 worth of hair-loss treatments and headache powder from an Evans grocery store.

An assistant manager at the Publix at 4274 Washington Road said a woman came into the store at about 5:45 p.m. Thursday and stole $311.48 worth of merchandise, including four boxes of Rogaine, a bottle of Rogaine foam, 17 packs of BC powder and 10 Goody’s powder packs.

The theft was caught on store surveillance cameras. The shoplifter is described as a white woman with brown hair wearing a pink coat and blue jeans.

Anyone with information about the woman’s identity or whereabouts is asked to call the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office at (706) 541-2800.

Hit-and-run charge lodged against woman

A Martinez woman was arrested early Monday while harassing her ex-husband.

Angelica Moseley, 31, of Creekwood Lane, was charged with obstruction after deputies found her beating on the window of a Colonial Road home just before 3 a.m. Her ex-husband called authorities, who found her hitting the windows.

When a deputy asked to speak to her, he realized her car matched the description of one involved in a hit-and-run wreck in Richmond County.

When asked what she was doing, Moseley said “nothing,” and she denied being involved in a wreck. Moseley smelled of alcohol, the report said, and she refused to turn around when the deputy said he was detaining her for the hit and run and public drunkeness.

After Moseley refused to comply, she “attempted to square off” with the deputy. The deputy restrained Moseley and asked her to sit on the curb because of her “obvious impairment,” but she refused and was arrested.

Richmond County sheriff’s deputies arrived, impounded Moseley’s car and cited her for hit and run and driving under the influence. She continued arguing with Richmond County deputies.

Moseley was warned not to return to the property or have contact with the owner. Her ex-husband said she habitually comes to the house while intoxicated and gets rowdy.

Thieves steal freezer with food

An Appling man told authorities Monday that someone stole his freezer.

The 81-year-old man said he realized someone had taken the freezer from his shed on Cobbham Road when went to get food out of it and it was missing.

The man said he last went to the freezer just before Christmas and doesn’t know exactly when it was taken. The freezer was full of frozen foods and was very heavy. The shed was not locked and nothing else in the shed was missing.

Woman hacks man’s Web site

A Martinez man called deputies Wednesday and said a woman had hacked his business Web site.

The man, 43, said the woman stalks him, sends him text messages and leaves letters on his truck even though he’s asked her to leave him alone.

The man said his stalker hacked in his business Facebook page and changed it by adding his jail mugshot photos. The deputy saw the photos and also part of the woman’s phone number as the site password. The woman changed the password and the man can’t access the site.

The deputy wasn’t able to contact the woman at the time the report was made.

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