The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office:
A Harlem beverage company employee was stabbed with a fork Tuesday after she and another employee were involved in a confrontation.
The woman, who works for Southern Beverage on Natures Way, told police she was seated at a table in the company's break room when a co-worker began calling her names. The woman said the co-worker grabbed her underneath her left arm and stabbed her with the fork.
The incident occurred from 9:15 to 9:45 a.m. The victim obtained a warrant for battery on her co-worker, but the co-worker's name was not listed in jail records Thursday.
Cell phone stolen
An internet salesman for a Martinez car dealership told police Tuesday someone stole his cell phone while he was taking pictures of cars in the dealership's parking lot.
The man, who works for Jim Hudson Lexus on Washington Road, said he searched several vehicles after he realized his phone was missing.
The man said he questioned one of the business's workers, who was nearby at the time. The worker said he had not seen the phone, but when the cell phone owner called his phone a couple of days later, he said the worker he had questioned had left a personalized message on his phone. The cell phone's owner told police he went back to the dealership and was told the worker that he had questioned had quit his job and could not be reached.
Financial identity theft
An Appling woman told police Monday that someone had used her checking account information to obtain Internet services.
The woman said someone used her account information to subscribe to a sexually explicit Web site for one year. The woman said she is in the process of closing her bank account.
The total estimated cost of the Web site was $48.73 a month.
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