The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
An Appling woman told police Nov. 16 that someone poisoned her dog.
Marsha McElruth Turner said she found her nine-month old puppy poisoned at her 7200 block of Moontown Road home, reports showed.
Turner took the dog to a veterinarian, who told her the dog had been poisoned with antifreeze. The case is considered cruelty to animals.
More than $170 in compact discs were stolen from a Martinez substance abuse program office on Nov. 19.
Sean Whittemore, an abuse counselor at Insight Substance Abuse Program on the 400 block of Columbia Road, said someone had entered the business through a west side window. The case is being investigated for burglary.
Martinez Fire Department activity report for Nov. 18-24:
Structure fires, two; woods fire, one; grass fires, three; controlled burn, one; fire alarms, six; medical calls, 16; rescue calls, eight; carbon monoxide, one; investigations, four; public service, two; public safety assistance, one; other, one.
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