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Police Blotter, June 29, 2014

Golf cars stolen from businessin Martinez

Posted: June 28, 2014 - 11:01pm

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

Golf cars stolen from business
in Martinez

An employee of Club Car called authorities Tuesday after discovering that several golf cars missing from the lot in Martinez had turned up in Statesboro, Ga.

The employee said he got a call from a vendor to check out a suspicious golf car store in Statesboro. The employee said he spoke to the store owner, who said a customer brought a new golf car into the store for repairs.

When he checked the inventory, the employee discovered the golf car was supposed to be on the company lot in Martinez. The Statesboro store owner said the same customer also ordered parts of another golf car that the employee said also should be on the Club Car lot.

The employee said he contacted the Bulloch County authorities to recover the car at the Statesboro store, but the location of the other one wasn’t known.

Man tells police implants track his movements

A man told deputies Tuesday that he believes he’s been observed by the government.

The 43-year-old man came to the sheriff’s office in Appling stating that he had tracking devices implanted in his brain by the federal government. He also said he’s seen several suspicious vehicles around his home and place of employment. He provided documentation which he said contained evidence of the implants in his brain.

The case was forwarded to an investigator with the sheriff’s office Intel Unit for further investigation.

Woman home when intruder bangs on door

A Martinez woman was home Tuesday afternoon when she said someone tried to kick in her door.

The 67-year-old woman said she was in her den watching TV at about 3:10 p.m. when she heard someone knocking on the back door. As she went to the door, the knocking turned to loud banging. As the woman walked into the kitchen, she said she saw a man facing away from the door kicking backward at the bottom of it.

The woman yelled and the man ran away. She didn’t see if he went out the gate or jumped the fence.

The door had dirt smudges on it and a bulge where it had been kicked. The deadbolt held and the door never opened.

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