The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
An Appling woman told officers someone has sent her flowers paid for by her mother's stolen credit card.
Cindy Renee Duckworth, 40, said her mother, Betty Kent, 60, had her credit card stolen a week ago. Since that time, Duckworth has received flowers twice, the first delivery being signed with her mother's name.
Kent said she did not send the flowers and that the business the flowers were sent from, based out of San Diego, Cali., told her they were paid for with her Visa Card.
Kent contacted the credit card company was told her card was used to charge more than $500 worth of services. The card was canceled.
A Harlem man said his parrot was stolen.
Robert Rudell Owen, 40, said he was told by a friend that his blue and gold male Macaw parrot had been stolen from his residence.
The bird, valued at $1,000, was later found in his backyard.
Dirty Bank Cards
A Martinez man said someone used his bank card to make purchased from several pornographic site on the internet.
Brian David Wood, 28, told officers an he was informed by his bank of three purchase billed to his check card.
A bank representative was able to produce an email account used to make the purchases and told Wood the bank's fraud division would be investigation the matter.
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