The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
Golf course damage
Three Oaks Golf Course in Harlem had several of its greens criminally damaged between Sept. 24 and 25, according to a report filed with the sheriff's office.
The damage was estimated at $875 and was discovered by Jack Arnold Kicklighter, a superintendent of the course, who said he saw someone ride a bike over a tee box at hole No. 3 and then the greens at hole Nos. 7 and 5.
The case is considered criminal damage to property in the second degree.
A Martinez church was found burglarized of snack food and drinks Sept. 23.
Cathedral of Praise, located in the 3600 block of Old Petersburg Road, had a window to its fellowship hall shattered and a ladder left close to the window, reports showed.
On Sept. 23, a similar burglary also was discovered at Kelly Park in the 3600 block of Old Petersburg Road. In that case, food was taken from a concession stand and someone sprayed graffiti on the side of the stand and a nearby wall. Both cases have been turned over to Investigator Ken Summers.
Counterfeit bills found
Counterfeit bills were found at two Columbia County businesses Sept. 25, according to reports.
The first was noticed at SRP Federal Credit Union on Washington Road in Martinez. Jennifer D. Evans, a teller at the business, said she detected a $10 counterfeit bill after someone made a deposit, records stated.
The second fake bill was found at Circle K in the 3900 block of Washington Road. Neal Alden Cody Jr., a manager for the store, said he noticed a $20 counterfeit bill as he counted a till from the previous day.
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