The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
A 17-year-old Lakeside High School student was arrested Wednesday on a charge of selling a Schedule II narcotic while in school.
Kevin Eugene Hall, 17, of the 4000 block of Horseshoe Road in Martinez, was arrested Wednesday morning after a school official saw Kevin selling the drug Adderall to a 16-year-old classmate in school, Columbia County Sheriff's Capt. Steve Morris said. The incident also was recorded on the school's video surveillance system, he said.
Kevin was released from the Columbia County Detention Center after posting a $2,600 bond Wednesday afternoon.
The female classmate ingested all five capsules of the medication - an amphetamine often prescribed for Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder - and was treated by EMTs at the scene as a precaution, Morris said.
Charges are pending against the female student, Morris said.
Man posts bond
A Harlem man arrested on charges of child pornography and child exploitation Friday was released from the Columbia County Detention Center on Monday.
Darryl Stanley Holley, 41, of the 6000 block of George Walton Drive, posted a $125,500 bond, according to jail personnel. Holley was charged with five counts of child pornography and child exploitation, according to jail records.
Columbia County Sheriff's investigators searched Holley's home July 28 after receiving a tip from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Police said they found about 5,000 photos of child pornography saved to the hard drive on a computer in Holley's home.
Swerving vehicle reported
A Grovetown woman told police Monday someone tried to strike her with a vehicle while she was jogging.
Brenda O'leta Cotter, 58, of the 5000 block of Parham Road, was jogging east on Parham Road on the west-bound side when a gray Volkswagon Beetle approached her at a high speed and veered toward her, according to a Columbia County Sheriff's office report.
Cotter told police the driver was a woman, possibly in her 30s. She said someone driving the same vehicle has tried to hit her in the past, the report stated. The vehicle, she said, had a green and white paper tag.
Truck order reported
A Evans businessman told police Monday a customer still owes him money for a truck he had custom-built.
Steve Brian Wedereit, the production manager of Truck Customs, located on Colben Boulevard, said he built a 2004 Ford F650 for the man at a cost of $139,350, according to a Columbia County Sheriff's report.
Wedereit told police that on July 30, 2004, the man agreed to pay $140,000 to the company for the truck. He said the man signed a promissory note and purchase agreement when they met in Buffalo, N.Y., the report states.
Wedereit said he has tried to call the man for the past few weeks, but he only gets his voicemail.
A Martinez church sustained water damage Monday after police say someone broke in and caused the church's baptismal pool to overflow.
Several Bibles, hymnals, the sanctuary's carpet and a computer on the floor were damaged as a result at Martinez Church of Christ, located on South Belair Road, a Columbia County Sheriff's Office report states.
The incident reportedly occurred sometime between 2:30 p.m. Aug. 13 and 9 a.m. Aug. 14.
Two Evans restaurant servers told police someone broke into their vehicles outside their place of work on Tuesday.
Rhannon Nicole Sullins and Jennifer Lee Kalakikos, servers at Fatz Cafe, located on North Belair Road, told police someone stole several items from their vehicles, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's report.
Deputy Larry Wesbey Jr. said the passenger side windows of both workers' cars were broken with an unknown object.
Both incidents reportedly occurred just before 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, the report states.
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