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Police blotter

Posted: March 12, 2017 - 2:43am

The following were taken from reports by the Columbia County Sheriff's Office:

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Woman reports attempted burglary

Police were called to a home on Darlington Way in Evans about 11 a.m. Tuesday after a resident reported men attempting to break into her home.

The woman told deputies two unknown men rang her doorbell and then went to the rear of the residence. From her bedroom, she watched as they broke the window. They ran after she started yelling.

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Damage to golf cart reported

Club Car employees claim three masked men caused damage while joyriding on the property without permission.

Deputies were called to Club Car, 4125 Washington Road, on Tuesday after an employee conducted a check of their recording equipment and found footage of the incident. It showed three men riding on a golf cart without permission. During the incident, the golf cart stuck an unknown object resulting in extensive damage. She told police it occurred sometime between Feb. 20 and Tuesday.

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Student makes threat, charged

A Greenbrier High School student has been charged with misdemeanor terroristic threats and acts after he was heard threatening to "shoot up" the school.

On Wednesday, a student told school officials she was sitting at a table with Jeremiah Robison and two other students when he made the threat. She said he has talked about school shootings in the past and looked at pictures of guns.

Robison told police he had jokingly said, "I'm going to make Columbine look like a joke." He said that he has made similar comments in the past and added that he sometimes makes offensive jokes because they're funny but he has no intention of hurting anyone.

 

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