The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
A Grovetown man returned home Thursday to find his six dogs gone.
William Herman Smith, 80, of the Grovetown, left his home at 1:45 p.m. and returned home at 5:30, when he found the dogs missing, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident report. One was taken from the front porch and five were taken from pens in the backyard, which were left open.
Missing were a 9-week-old and a 12-week-old Jack Russell terrier and a 12-week-old, a 2 1/2 -year-old, a 3-year-old and a 4-year-old Chihuahua. The dogs are worth nearly $1,500.
Someone took an Orlando, Fla., man's motorcycle tag and seat sometime Wednesday night.
Harold Emery Lence Jr., 47, parked his 1996 Harley Davidson Road King at 4752 Washington Road, Evans, for the evening, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident report. On Thursday morning, he noticed someone had stolen the seat and license plate.
The rear trunk was damaged when the tag was torn off and the spark plug wires were removed, but dropped on the ground nearby, the report stated. Damages were more than $200.
A Martinez woman reported prowlers with flashlights roaming her backyard early Wednesday morning.
The woman first saw several people walking around her backyard with flashlights Tuesday night, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident report. She chased one out of her yard, but they returned the next night and she called police.
Anderson told deputies she believes the prowlers damaged an outdoor floodlight attached to the residence in order to not be seen at night, the report stated.
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