The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
Car without engine reported stolen
An owner of a Martinez plumbing company reported that someone stole a car that did not have an engine.
Howard W. Sullivent, a co-owner of Sullivent Plumbing, reported April 9 that someone took a 1990 Suzuki Swift from behind the business sometime between 10 a.m. April 7 and 10:45 a.m. April 9. He said the two-door hatchback did not have an engine and was valued at $500.
Sullivent also said that whoever took the vehicle also removed the tires and gas tank and left them in the firm's trash container.
Woman reports attack at store
A Martinez woman reported she was attacked in an Evans convenience store by a man who said, "This is for Walter," as he struck her.
Margaret A. Dickerson, of the 500 block of Berry Street, Martinez, said she went to the Circle K in the 4200 block of Washington Road, Evans about 10:30 a.m., April 9 and was attacked by a man who grabbed her arm. He then punched her in the back.
She refused medical treatment.
Evans residents report flag thefts
Two Martinez neighbors reported April 11 that golf flags were stolen from their homes.
Peter Moody, of the 600 block of Low Meadow Drive, Evans, told deputies that during the night someone took a "19th Hole" flag and a U.S. flag from his property.
Debra Hunt, also of the 600 block of Low Meadow Drive, said that someone took a green and white Masters flag and pole during the night.
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