The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
A Langley man was in jail Wednesday after threatening a Waffle House cook.
Police charged James Robinson, 44, of the 100 block of Project Road, after a cook at the Waffle House at 4291 Washington Road in Evans, said Robinson refused to leave and threatened her with bodily harm, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident report.
Latecia Denise Tennant, 30, of Martinez, told police Robinson walked into the restaurant about 1 a.m. Robinson was carrying a beverage and denied it contained alcohol, but became irate and started cursing when Tennant asked him to put the drink in a clear restaurant cup per restaurant policy, the report stated.
Tennant said she asked Robinson to leave several times before he used a racial slur and threatened to harm her, the report stated. Two fellow employees corroborated Tennant's statement.
Police found Robinson in an abandoned house at the corner of Old Evans Road and Rountree Court, the report stated. He was taken to the Columbia County Detention Center, where he was still being held Wednesday on a $1,100 bond for criminal trespass, according to jail personnel.
A Harlem man told police Tuesday night that someone broke into his trailer and stole Coca-Cola.
David Clarence Wright, 31, a Coca-Cola Bottling Co. employee, said between 6 and 8:45 p.m., someone entered the trailer parked next to his home on the 1300 block of Freeman Harris Road and stole four cases of Coca-Cola.
Wright said he found nine cans of Coca-Cola, four of them empty, in the yard. Police located 12 unopened cans in an empty lot just down the street, a report stated.
Fake bills found
Wal-Mart employees reported counterfeit bills last Sunday in two separate incidents.
Customer Service Manager Kristina Marion Ross, 33, told police she discovered a counterfeit $10 bill at the Evans Wal-Mart Supercenter at 4471 Washington Road, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident report.
Ross said she found the bill in a cashier's drawer about 11 a.m. while making change. She noticed the bill because it was wet and the ink was smeared, the report stated.
Office Manager Judith E. Wade, 48, reported a counterfeit $5 bill less than four hours later while going through the morning's deposits in the accounting office.
Both bills were taken as evidence.
Harlem Volunteer Fire Department Activity Report for June 2004:
Total calls, 23; calls inside city limits, 7; calls outside city limits, 16; vehicle fire, one; fixed structure fire, one; mobile home fires, two; hazardous materials calls, two; activated fire alarms, one; medical calls, 12; downed power lines, one; and other, three.
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