The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
An Evans man reported April 16 that someone stole a $15,000 motorcycle from his garage but left two other motorcycles untouched.
Ted Weatherred, of the 1300 block of Furys Ferry Road, Evans, said that someone forced open a window to his garage between 7 a.m. and 2:10 p.m., April 16, and took at 1985 Harley-Davidson FXR motorcycle.
He said two other Harley-Davidsons in the garage were not taken or damaged.
Fund-raiser money reported stolen
About $900 made during a chicken dinner fund-raiser at Evans High School was stolen from a filing cabinet during the spring break.
Public Safety Officer John L. Padgett reported April 16 that someone entered the office of Athletic Director Lee Chomskis and opened a file cabinet that contained the money raised just prior to spring break.
The money was reportedly taken sometime between 6 p.m., April 6 and 1:45 p.m. April 15.
Three golf carts reported stolen
Three golf carts were reported missing in Columbia County during the Masters tournament.
The first missing cart was reported April 13. Jimmy C. Tiller Jr., the owner of Creative Marble in the 4100 block of Belair Frontage Road, Martinez, said someone cut the lock off gate at his business and took a white Club Car golf cart valued at $8,000 and a Shoreline trailer valued at $2,000.
The theft occurred between 8:30 p.m. April 12 and 10 a.m. April 13.
On April 14, Phillip A. Tully said someone cut a hole in the fence at Belair Building Supply in the 4100 block of Belair Frontage Road, Martinez, and took a 1994 Club Car carryall valued at $2,600. Tully said the theft occurred between noon April 13 and 12:30 p.m. April 14.
The third cart was reported missing April 15 from the 4100 block of Stonegate Drive, Evans.
Robbi Raitt of Atlanta said he rented homes in the neighborhood for visitors to the Masters and had 10 E-Z-Go golf carts for use by his clients.
Raitt said the clients all had master keys which fit all the carts, which were not assigned to specific clients. At the end of the tournament, he said, one of the carts was not returned and could not be found.
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