The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
McDonalds Money Missing
The District Manager of the McDonalds in the Evans Wal-Mart told officers $240 was taken from a register on July 12.
Lessie Mae Mealing, 34, said the register drawer was set down in the back office of the restaurant so the money could be counted.
According to the register receipt, the register contained $440 when it was placed in the safe for the night. A manager counted the register in the morning and determined the money was missing.
The reports states three managers are suspected because they had access to the money and different times throughout the day.
An investigator was called to the scene, viewed video tape of the safe and interviewed all the suspects, the report states.
Funny Money Used
An accountant for the Evans Wal-Mart told officers she discovered a counterfeit $10 bill this past week.
The reports states Joan Benkarmel, 32, found the fake bill but could provide no information on a possible suspect or the date it was used.
Roommate suspected of thefts
A Martinez man said his former roommate left town with several things that weren't his.
Ricard Wayne Iannacone, 28, told officers Jay James Briel, 30, had stayed at his residence on the 4200 block of Green Ivy Circle from June 23 to July 2.
The report states Iannacone told officers Briel took several items to Florida with him that didn't belong to him. Among the listed items are a Playstation II game console and six games.
Iannacone said he believed those items had been pawned at an Augusta pawn shop.
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