The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.
Thrown missiles hit cars
Two vehicles were hit with foreign objects while driving the same stretch of Cobbham Road on Saturday night.
Sheri Wilson Jackson of Appling, told police that about 10:45 p.m. she felt two objects hit her 1999 white Honda Passport, one right after the other, while driving south near the 6000 block of Cobbham Road, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office report.
Jackson said she swerved but regained control in time to stop at Marshall Road, where she discovered a hole in the front bumper just under the passenger headlight, and dents and scratches down the back of the passenger side.
When deputies arrived, they found a wrench on Cobbham Road near where Jackson said the objects hit her SUV, the report stated.
Soon after Jackson pulled over, Susan Emily Bargeron saw a large object hit her windshield, shattering it, and a rock shattered the passenger-side window, the report stated.
Both women said they will prosecute if a suspect is found.
Stolen SUV burned
A SUV found burned near Winfield on Sunday evening was confirmed stolen from Gwinnett County.
Columbia County Sheriff's Office Deputy Ted Powers responded to a call describing a vehicle burned in the roadway on Poplar Springs Church Road near Winfield just after 6 p.m., according a sheriff's office report. Powers located the vehicle a mile from Cobbham completely destroyed by fire.
An investigator was called in, and the burned Chevy Tahoe was reported stolen by its owner, Joshua Benjamin Robinson, of Buford, Ga., from Gwinnett County. Robinson was notified by the Gwinnett County Police Department, the report stated.
Official's house rolled
Vandals scattered toilet paper early Saturday morning around the Evans home of Columbia County Superintendent Tommy Price.
A Columbia County Sheriff's Office deputy was patrolling in the Stonegate subdivision, when he discovered about 4 a.m. a residence on the 4100 block of Stonegate Drive, according to a sheriff's office report.
Price was notified of the situation and said he wanted a police report filed and would prosecute any identified suspects, the report stated.
Martinez Fire Department activity report for the week of Feb. 22-28:
Structure fires, two; grass fires, four; natural gas leak, one; fire alarms, two; medical calls, 39; rescue calls, 11; investigations, four; public service, three; and other, two.
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