The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
Employee suspected of theft
An employee of the Evans Amoco quit her job days before the owner could speak to her about money she may have stolen.
Marion Miles Koger, 47, told deputies that Renea Aris Andrews stole $856.05 from his business over a three-week time period.
The report states Andrews is suspected of using money she took from customers while charging them for services and products purchased from the store.
To make sure her register receipts added up correctly at the end of her shift, the report states she used credit card receipts to charge the money she took back to her register.
The reports states she did that 47 times. Koger also provided time card records that show Andrews was the only employee in the store when all these incidents took place.
Koger called all the credit card companies involved and requested the charged by sent to him, at which time he will pay them, the report states.
Thief uses side door
A Martinez residence was robbed two weeks ago after a family member said he forgot to secure the side door.
Jarred Dean Saylor, 19, said someone entered his parents home on the 200 block of West Wynngate Drive, and took several items sometime between 7:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. on July 2.
The report states the thief took a watch valued at $100, a pack of cigarettes and to 12 oz beers.
Egg on their face
Deputies responded to two calls on July 10 involving cars getting eggs thrown on them.
The reports show the incidents occurred between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. Both addresses were on the 4000 block of Redleaf Way and no suspected were found in either case.
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