The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.
Peeping Tom reported
A Grovetown woman reported a Peeping Tom to police Jan. 29.
Ruby C. Leverett of the 4700 block of Bantry Trail said the unknown man approached her bedroom window, tapped on the glass and said, "I see you, let me in," reports stated.
Leverett had no description of the man to give to police.
Two Columbia County schools reported having one of their windows tampered with between Jan. 28 and 30.
At Greenbrier High School, Columbia County sheriff's Deputy Harry Collins found pry marks on a windowsill at the back of the school, records showed. A left door window to the fourth- and fifth-grade building at Westmont Elementary School was found shattered.
In both cases, nothing was missing and there are no suspects.
Two county churches were recently broken into.
Stephen Wayne Standage, a part-time bishop at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on North Belair Road in Evans, said his church had its filing cabinets rummaged through Jan. 25, according to department records. Nothing was missing.
At Cedar Grove Baptist Church on Clary Cut Road in Harlem, Charles Edward Conwell said someone broke into the sanctuary and took an amplifier valued at $350.
That case has been turned over to Columbia County sheriff's Investigator Sean Clack.
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