The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.
Several guns were taken from a Grovetown home Friday morning.
Nancy Whitaker, 56, of the 1100 block of Reynolds Way, told officers someone entered her home by prying open the kitchen window. The report lists four guns.
Whitaker said a blue-steel 17-shot-tube semi-automatic shotgun, an automatic shotgun, a 7 X 32 scope and a 36-inch-barrel goose shotgun were taken. The items are valued at approximately $1,000.
The report shows someone also entered a locked storage room in the back yard of the house. An investigator was called to the home.
Broken glass everywhere
The sales manger of a local car dealership told officers someone broke the windows of several cars by throwing rocks at them.
Frank Greg Miller, 45, of Budget Car Sales on Washington Road, called the sheriff's office Friday and showed the officer where the driver side window of a 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass and a 2000 Ford Escort has been busted.
The reports states the car were parked in the back part of the business, next to Old Evans Road.
A Ronald McDonald House donation box was stolen earlier this week.
Eugene Joseph, the manager of the McDonalds at 3804 Washington Road, said someone cut the small padlock to the box sometime between closing time Sept. 2 and opening time Sept. 3. Joseph estimated $30 has been taken.
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