The following accounts were taken from reports from the Columbia County Sheriff's Office. Additional reports are available at www.columbiacountyso.org:
Harlem student is charged with rape
A Harlem High School student was arrested Nov. 6 in connection with the sexual molestation of a girl.
An 8-year-old girl told a school counselor and her mother in October that the teen had molested her two years ago.
Brandon McLamb, 15, was booked at the Columbia County Detention Center on a rape charge and was released to his parents.
The girl's mother had received a call from an Euchee Creek Elementary School counselor, who told her that the girl had said McLamb asked her to touch him after pulling down her pants and his own pants. The girl, who was 6 at the time of the incident, said he tried a second time and offered to give her money.
The mother picked up her daughter from school and took her to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office. On the way, the girl said McLamb raped her.
Pizza delivery man is robbed on job
Police are looking for two men who robbed a Domino's Pizza delivery man at gunpoint Wednesday evening.
The 23-year-old was making a delivery to a Shenandoah Ridge apartments in Martinez about 9 p.m. and couldn't find the apartment.
As he walked back to his vehicle, he was approached by two men, one of whom pointed a gun at his chest. He was pushed into his vehicle, and the robbers took $35, his wallet, two pizzas and a box of buffalo wings.
The phone that had been used to call Domino's Pizza was traced to a man who told police he had given it to two strangers asking to borrow it at the apartment complex.
Men arrested after shoplifting incident
An Augusta man tried to run from police Monday after he was pulled over on charges of shoplifting at Circle K in Evans.
Keshonn Alandrett Brown, 37, was charged with shoplifting, an open container violation and failure to maintain lane, in addition to fleeing from police.
A passenger, Joseph Steven Aaron II, 35, of Augusta, was charged with shoplifting and an open container violation.
After receiving a call from an employee at Circle K on Washington Road about 7 p.m., police saw two men leaving in a 2007 Dodge Magnum. The driver turned onto Bobby Jones Expressway.
Brown stopped the car in the parking lot of Sam's Club and ran before surrendering to police.
Two cartons of Pall Mall cigarettes and 27 packs of various brands of cigars were found in the vehicle, along with two open Budweiser bottles.
A store worker said Brown tried to take nine cartons of cigarettes but returned them when confronted.
Brown was released from the Columbia County Detention Center Friday on an $8,500 bond, while Aaron was being held Friday on $3,700 bond.
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