Columbia man booked on sex charge

August 9, 2013 by Amos Tijerina   comments (0)

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Lake Columbia, which was man-made in 1961 and spans 840 acres, is considered a private lake because there is no public access. Residents living along the lake pay association dues to stock it with fish, maintain the park areas and treat aquatic weeds. However, the lake itself is public land, according to the Department of Natural Resources. The DNR hopes to purchase about 4.75 acres of property on Cement City Road to create an area where canoes and kayaks can enter and exit Goose Creek. The idea is to create a Blue Ribbon Water Trail that would flow from Goose Lake to Little Goose Lake into Goose Creek and then into Lake Columbia, said Paul Yauk from the DNR. He said the water trail would be considered a passive trail where canoers or kayakers would pass through the waters of Lake Columbia and not get out of their boat.
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According to police, the dog "did not appear aggressive to anyone on the scene." After Wagner allegedly swung the club, the victim pepper sprayed her and tried to wrestle the club away from her, according to the document. Wagner then allegedly swung the club and hit the victim in the elbow, causing cuts and bleeding, according to the document. The victim, who was treated at the scene, again sprayed Wagner in the face with pepper spray, according to the document. On Aug. 3, Wagner and the victim had a confrontation in which Wagner allegedly threatened him with a golf club, according to the document. On Aug. 4, Wagner, who was carrying the golf club, jumped in front of the victim's car as he was trying to leave the neighborhood and would not let him pass, according to the document.
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(AP) A 63-year-old Columbia man has been booked on charges of inappropriately touching a 14-year-old girl. WDAM reports ( http://bit.ly/1cxLIOW ) Larry James Watts surrendered Wednesday. Police say they received a complaint Monday regarding sexual activity with a 14-year-old girl. According to investigators, Watts inappropriately touched the girl. He was booked at the Marion County jail on charges of touching of a child for lustful purposes, a felony. It was not immediately clear whether he has an attorney. ___
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