The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.
Attorney reports stalking
An Evans woman was arrested Thursday after a local lawyer accused her of stalking.
Wendy Ann Heaney, 36, of Evans, told police Carol Sue May, 54, of the 4300 block of Three J Road in Evans, was stalking her, according to a police report. Heaney, who is a civil attorney, said she has had problems with May, a former client for a divorce, coming to her home several times since Jan. 6 concerning the civil case, the report states.
May was arrested and taken to the Columbia County Detention Center, where she was charged with stalking. May was released Sunday after posting a $1,100 bond, according to jail records.
Heaney made previous police reports accusing May in Columbia County on Feb. 18 for criminal trespass and in Richmond County on May 27 for harassment, the report stated. Heaney obtained a pre-warrant hearing for Monday. She said May arrived at her home after the warrant was issued Thursday, according to the report. Heaney wanted the incident documented for the Monday hearing and for a Temporary Protective Order that she plans to apply for, the report stated.
Teen reports battery in parking lot
A Martinez teen told police someone forced him to drink an unknown liquid Friday night before his brother found him lying on the ground.
Police responded to a report of battery at Doctors Hospital just after 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
Police say they were told the incident occurred when the teen was waiting inside his brother's car in the parking lot of R. Gabriel's Coffee at 3740 Washington Road in Martinez. A police report states the teen said someone approached him, forced him to drink the liquid and then hit him on top of the head, pushing him to the ground.
Police say they noticed large scratches on both the teen's knees and that he was under the influence of an unknown substance.
Woman finds fictitious note
An Appling woman told police Saturday someone left a fictitious note on her door, telling her that her cable had been disconnected and that she needed to call a contact on the note.
The woman said that when she arrived home from out of town at 10:30 p.m. Thursday, she found a piece of paper stuck in her door that was titled Comcast and stated that her cable service had been interrupted, according to a sheriff's office incident report. The woman told police the note directed her to contact "David'' at a listed phone number and pay a responding technician to have the service restored, the report stated.
Comcast officials told the woman they were not familiar with a "David'' and requested a faxed copy of the notice.
An investigation revealed that the woman's cable service and service to a cable modem was disabled and the cover to her cable box was loose and missing a cable inside, the report stated.
Martinez Fire Department Activity Report for the week of May 29-June 4:
Structure fires, four; vehicle fires, two; fire alarms, seven; medical calls, 12; rescue calls, eight; investigations, two; public service, one; and public safety assistance, one.
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