The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
A sprayer at Trucks and Moore told officers Monday his toolbox had been raided.
Melvin O'Neal Jennings said when he came to work Monday morning at the truck store on Enterprise Court, he found the west entrance had been pried open and 160 quarters - $40 - stolen from his toolbox.
The burglar unsuccessfully attempted to pry open a soda vending machine.
The unknown assailant did paint two faces on the bathroom walls, "AKOW" on the floor and sprayed a fire extinguisher around the office.
A metal floor fan was also damaged.
An employee at Funsville was reported to police Monday for giving free rides or taking cash for rides on the fun park's go carts last week.
Clinton McPherson was charged with theft of services. He was also fired by manager, Richard Wentzky, and told - in front of the Columbia County deputy making the report - not to return to the property.
The only way to ride the go carts is by purchasing tickets from the park.
Park owners will contact magistrate court if they decide to pursue charges.
A large piece of equipment was reported missing Monday by the owner of Augusta Telephone on Martinez Boulevard.
Hartwell Cooper Cliatt called police to report a missing 2 1/2 -ton floor jack that was last seen unsecured behind the business.
Cliatt daughter an son-in-law witnessed a suspicious vehicle - a black passenger car - leaving the business Sunday evening and noted the tag number, which was not found on file.
Cliatt will pursue charges of theft by taking if the thief is located.
Video Game Disappearance
An Augusta Technical College student found much of his own technology missing from his Amelia Drive West home Tuesday.
About 10 a.m., Stephen Collier Crocker reported a young man named "Phillip" coming to his door asking for money to pay his parole or probation officer.
Later that afternoon, Mr. Crocker returned home to find his back door pried open. Nintendo Game Cube and Playstation 2 games systems, a computer monitor, modem and keyboard, an electric current shock globe and numerous games were missing and are valued at $2,000.
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