The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.
The teen driver in an August wreck that killed 19-year-old Aleisha Lee was charged with homicide by vehicle last week.
April Ficklin, 17, of Otis Way near Harlem, was charged with homicide by vehicle in the second degree in connection with the wreck, in which police say the teen lost control of her Camaro on Otis Way, said Columbia County sheriff's Capt. Steve Morris.
The car flipped, landing upside down in a small creek killing Lee, who was a passenger and drowned.
Toxicology results revealed no trace of alcohol or drugs in Ficklin's system at the time of the accident, Morris said.
Ficklin was charged Saturday and released from the Columbia County Detention Center on a $1,050 bond later that day, Morris said.
A Grovetown woman was killed after being hit by a pick-up truck Sunday along Wrightsboro Road.
Martha Davis, 69, of the 4400 block of Wrightsboro Road, was walking west along the westbound lane of Wrightsboro Road at Whiskey Road about 5:30 p.m. Sunday. She crossed the road into the path of a truck driven by Bobby Lyons, said Columbia County sheriff's Capt. Steve Morris.
Lyons, 45, of Royal Street in Augusta, was not been charged in the incident.
Davis was taken to the Medical College of Georgia Hospital, where she was pronounced dead, said Columbia County Deputy Coroner Vernon Collins.
A Martinez man was home when his door was kicked in by his mother's boyfriend Sunday, according to a Columbia County Sheriff's Office report.
John Fitzgerald Costello Jr., 18, was in the kitchen Sunday evening when he heard someone screaming and knocking on the front door, the report stated.
As Costello was walking to the door, it was kicked in by his mother's boyfriend, according to the report. The man began screaming and cursing, then ran to his car and left, the report stated. Costello told police that he lives with his father, John Fitzgerald Sr., who was out of town at the time.
Deputies contacted Costello's father, who said he has had previous problems with the man.
A Martinez man recently told police that someone dumped deer remains on his property.
William Edward Poulson of Martinez told police that someone left deer carcasses on the ground and in a creek at his Swint Road property in Harlem, according to a Columbia County Sheriff's Office report.
Columbia County Animal Care and Control picked up the remains. Poulson told police that he would prosecute if any suspects were identified.
An Augusta man told police he was robbed after someone gave him a ride.
Howard Aaron, of Beauford Avenue, Augusta, told police a man gave him a ride after his car broke down on Old Petersburg Road. The man offered Aaron a ride to Augusta for $30, according to a Columbia County Sheriff's Office report.
The two stopped at the Circle K at the corner of Old Petersburg and Old Evans roads to buy cigarettes, the report stated. As Aaron got out of the car, the man snatched Aaron's wallet from his coat pocket and drove away, according to the report.
Aaron described the man as a white man in his mid-20s with dark hair. He told police he thought that the car was possibly a Cavalier, adding that it had a messy interior.
Martinez Fire Department Activity Report for the week of Nov. 2-8:
Structure fires, two; vehicle fire, one; carbon monoxide, one; natural gas leaks, two; fire alarms, five; medical calls, 24; rescue calls, 10; public service, three and other, one.
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