The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.
An Evans woman found a threatening envelope outside her home late Sunday.
Shannon LeAnne Strickland, of the 500 block of Fairfield Way, told police that someone placed an envelope outside her home with writings on it in an unknown pink substance containing glitter, according to a Columbia County Sheriff's Office report.
The envelope read, "We gon get you," with other illegible writings and the word "DIE," on the envelope flap, the report stated.
The envelope was taken as evidence, and Strickland was informed of available remedies and services.
Car window shattered
A Martinez woman's car window was broken after she stopped for an offensive driver.
Eileen Walker, 18, of the 4600 block of Danielle Drive, told police that she and Darrell Alton Walden Jr. left Cherokee Boatramp in Lincoln County in her 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier and was headed south on Ray Owens Road when a dark blue Ford pickup began closely following her, according to a Columbia County Sheriff's Office report.
The truck passed Walker and slowed down, causing Walker to stop.
Walden, of the 1000 block of Bonner Road, Lincolnton, said the driver of the truck got out and began approaching the Cavalier, so he told Walker to drive around him, the report stated. As Walker did, the man hit the right side of the car, shattering a window and sending glass inside the car.
Walden said they did not get the plate number.
More than $8,000 in damage was reported to police Friday after five vehicles were discovered vandalized.
Kevin James Walker, the service manager for Jim Hudson Lexus, told police that two vehicles belonging to the dealership and three to individuals were scratched while parked in the dealership's lot at 3520 Washington Road, Martinez, according to a Columbia County Sheriff's Office report.
Surveillance video revealed that a person dressed in dark clothing entered the lot about 4:30 a.m. Friday and damaged the vehicles by unknown means, the report stated. The tape was taken as evidence.
Bullets hit home
An Evans man told police Saturday that someone shot at his home.
Ronnie Gale Thomas, of the 200 block of Calloway Drive, told police that someone used an object to throw several used bullets at his home causing more than $400 damage to siding and a window, according to a Columbia County Sheriff's Office report.
Police discovered two small holes in the siding and a crack in a back window, the report stated. Bullets, found lying on the back deck, were taken as evidence.
Martinez Fire Department activity report for the week of Feb. 29-March 6.
Structure fires, two; grass fires, three; controlled burns, two; fire alarms, six; medical calls, 34; rescue calls, four; investigations, two; and public service, three.
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