The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office:
Woman reports being attacked in her car
An Aiken woman was treated for minor injuries at Doctors Hospital after a motorist assaulted her Tuesday at Hereford Farm and Belair roads.
The woman told police a woman driving an old, black Chevrolet Cavalier cut her off at an intersection and approached her car after the cars stopped at the Hereford Farm intersection.
The Aiken woman told police the other driver tried to pull her out of her car through her window. When she resisted, the assailant, described as black, having brown hair with red highlights, cut her with a knife,. The injured woman fled and sought help from co-workers at a pizzeria.
Counterfeit checks reported at billiard business
The owner of a Martinez pool hall told police a man cashed five counterfeit checks at his business during the course of three weeks.
The man, who displayed a South Carolina driver's license, cashed the checks from two staffing services at Rack and Grill on Old Petersburg Road between Oct. 15 and Nov. 1.
The man is accused of making off with $2,027 in all. No description of him was given.
Vehicles broken into at Brandon Wilde
Two vehicles in the parking lot of Brandon Wilde assisted living community were broken into Monday.
A 19-year-old Martinez man told police that someone entered his unlocked truck while he worked between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. He told police two 12-inch subwoofers, a bookbag with four college textbooks, and 25 compact discs were taken from the cab of his 1991 GMC Sonoma pickup. The items were valued at $1,025.
An Evans woman called police to report that her car, parked in the same lot, had been entered and a CD player had been stolen from it. She told police her car was entered between 4 and 8:30 p.m. through an open back window. The value of the CD player was $250.
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