The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
Woman suspects eavesdropping
A Martinez woman told deputies someone or an unknown "entity" is monitoring her home phone.
Debra Jean Woodward, 36, said on Wednesday that information she received from friends and family has led her to believe someone has tapped her phone line.
The reports states the information she received was personal and was discussed only on her phone. Woodward also told officers her phone was previously tapped seven years ago by her ex-husband.
Woodward told deputies she informed BellSouth of the situation and was told the company couldn't help her.
School gets robbed
South Columbia Elementary Principal Donna Murray said someone broke into the school and stole a computer system.
The report shows the incident occurred between July 19 and July 24. Murray said several businesses have been entered and left the school grounds during time while helping the school get ready for the new school year.
The reports states no suspects have been named and that the thief got away with more than $1,200 worth of computer equipment, including a computer tower and printer.
Liquor taken from Business
The owner of a Grovetown business said someone took seven bottles of liquor from his business the same night someone took equipment from a truck parked next to the business.
John Hills, 64, owner of A.J.'s Billiards/Bar and Grill, said the business was broken into on July 24 between 1:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Hills said it was unclear what kind of liquor was taken but valued it at $140.
Hills said the person entered through the front door by shattering the glass in the door.
Also listed in the report was a pressure washer valued at $1,800 that Cecil Miller said was taken from his truck the same night the business was robbed.
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