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Police blotter

Posted: February 15, 2017 - 1:41am

Man reports unauthorized transactions

An Evans man called police after discovering thousands of dollars worth of unauthorized transactions from his deceased mother's bank account.

The man stated that he was monitoring his mother's finances and discovered approximately $60,000 was missing from a span of two years ago.

The man told police that the transactions were made with withdrawal and checks using his deceased mother's information.

Homes egged over weekend

Several residents in Grovetown's Hidden Creek subdivision reported their homes and vehicles were egged over the weekend.

According to Columbia County sheriff's incident reports, deputies were called to five different homes Saturday after residents awoke to find the vandalism. Three of the cases were on Crenshaw Drive and two were on Zier Court.

Circle K clerk reports threat

Two men told a gas station clerk they were "joking" when they threatened to "cut her eyes out."

A clerk at the Circle K in the 400 block of Lewiston Road told police that two unknown men entered the store Sunday to buy beer before noon. After the clerk said that she was unable to sell the beer before noon, one of the men wearing a purple shirt took a knife from his pocket, opened the blade and stated "I'll cut your eyes out!"

When the clerk backed away from the men, he said he was joking and put the knife back in his pocket, according to the incident report.

The men then returned to their vehicle and pumped gas before leaving the store toward William Few Parkway in a Jeep with a Florida license plate.

 

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