The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.
Classic car attacked
A Martinez man recently reported seeing his ex-girlfriend attack his classic car.
Charles Lee Yeldell, 32, of 427 Blue Ridge Drive, Shenandoah Ridge Apartments, said that his ex-girlfriend had come to his residence and smashed the front windshield and driver-side and rear windows of his 1969 Chevrolet Bel Air, the report stated.
The damage, witnessed by Indus Yolanda Brezealew, 31 of the same address, added up to $450.
Thieves steal car from parking lot
A Grovetown woman ran into a grocery store for a few items before returning to the lot to find no car to put the groceries in.
Katherine Herndon Bartley, 81, of Brookwood Lane, recently ran into the Bi-Lo at 4480 Columbia Road, Martinez, for about 10 minutes. Bartley's dark blue, four-door Saturn SW-2 was missing, the report stated. The vehicle was locked before she went into the store.
Burglars go for heavy appliances
Burglars made off with a few heavy appliances from an unoccupied Grovetown mobile home.
Rhonda Glenn Morris, 47, of Grovetown, went to her property at 4130 Old Lincolnton Highway to find the padlock pried off the front door, the report state. It had been a month since Morris had been to the property.
Burglars took a washing machine and a clothes dryer from the screened-in porch.
Gas station thieves do not take pump
Burglars of a Grovetown convenience store took an unlikely object in an attempt to get cash.
Alice Greene Gilchrist, the clerk of the Chevron Gas Station at 500 Lewiston Road, noticed the coin-operated air pump with a hose had been stolen, the report stated.
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