The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
Vehicle window shattered by shotgun blast
An Evans woman reported that someone shot out the rear window of her vehicle while it was parked at her home.
Leslie Jean Himebaugh, of the 600 block of Kemper Drive, Evans, said that about 10 p.m. on May 27 she heard what she believed was either a car backfire or a gun shot coming from the front of her home.
She said she went outside to investigate and found the rear window of her 1999 Ford Expedition had been shattered by what she said was a shotgun blast.
Martinez man reports home burglarized
A Martinez man said someone took a camera and electronic game equipment May 26.
Alexander Smalley II, of the 200 block of Candlewood Drive, said that between 6:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. May 26, someone forced open a rear door to the garage and then entered the home though a door into the kitchen.
The intruder took a Cannon EOS Rebel X 35 mm camera body and a 75-300 lens, valued at $350; Sony PlayStation 2 valued at $325; Sony video game cartridge valued at $50 and an assortment of clothing, shoes and jewelry.
Construction equipment vandalized
The foreman of a construction site reported someone used a bow and arrow to do about $600 in damage to equipment.
Michael Wathen Bailey, foreman for Nordmann Contracting Inc., said someone broke the windshield of a Hitachi Trackhoe with an arrow and then shot a second arrow into the driver's seat, causing about $600 in damage.
The construction site is in the 700 block of North Belair Road, Evans.
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