The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
Eggs flying on Martinez street
Three people along the same Martinez street were cleaning up a mess after egg-throwing vandals attacked.
Earl Floyd Roberts, 57, of the 200 block of Waters Way, had $200 in minor paint damage to the right side of his 1994 Ford F-150 after several thrown eggs broke on the windshield, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident report.
Richard Donavan Coule, 34, also of the 200 block of Waters Way, was out of town and returned to find several eggs broken on the hood and windshield of his Honda Accord, which also received minor paint damage, the report stated. Beverly Dellenbach Martin, 62, of the 400 block of Connemara Trail, Evans, parked her 1994 Oldsmobile 88 Royale at Coule's residence. The Olds also received several broken eggs on the left rear of the vehicle resulting in minor paint damage, the report stated.
Golf course gets new markings
Players of Jones Creek Golf Club course have a new site on the 15th green - vandalism.
Joseph Reid Dearman, 20, course superintendent, reported $2,000 worth of damage to the bent grass of the 15th green as vandals had carved messages into the grass with an unknown object, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident report.
The vandals carved the words "Tampa Bay" and "Don't Putt from the Ruff" into the green.
Teen gets bike stolen while riding
An Evans teen had his mountain bike stolen while riding it in an Evans neighborhood.
Michael Spencer Haynie, 13, was riding on the 600 block of Fieldstone Way when he was approached by two white males approximately 15 years old, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident report. Michael described the young men as white males. The first one was 5-foot-8 to 5-foot-10 wearing a white shirt, jeans and a black ball cap. The second boy, that actually took the Trek mountain bike worth $400, was 5-foot-6 to 5-foot eight, 150-pounds and brown hair wearing a red shirt and khaki pants.
After the second took the bike, the two left headed north on Fieldstone Way.
Vandals aim to deprive home of heat and hot water
A Grovetown resident was close to having no heat and hot water after vandals attacked his heat pump and hot water heater.
Thomas Jennings Hewett, 48, of the 400 block of Lewiston Road, returned home to find someone had torn the insulation off the water heater in the garage and dented the tank, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident report. The vandals also beat the coil of the heat pump in the rear of the house with an unknown object breaking it. A handle off a water spigot was also missing from the front of the residence.
The damage was more than $3,000.
High schooler's truck damaged in school lot
An Evans teen found his truck damaged when returning to his truck in the high school's lot after school.
Kevin Ryan Overton, 17, of the 400 block of Chamblin Road, Grovetown, exited Greenbrier High School to go home and found his 1997 GMC Sonoma truck covered with large pieces of cardboard, the Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident report stated.
From the vandalism, the truck received several scratches on the hood and tailgate, the report stated.
Missing money orders leave Grovetown man wondering
Only hours after purchasing two money orders, a Grovetown man wondered where they went.
Samuel Hubert Campbell Jr., 41, of the 600 block of Al Dempsey Road, had purchased two money orders totaling $210.13 - one made out to Bennet Gas for $170.13 and a blank $40 order, the Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident report.
Campbell had the money orders in a one-gallon plastic bag in a cardboard box hidden under some clothing in his bedroom, the report stated. There was no evidence of forced entry and nothing else reported missing.
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