Crime blotter for Dec. 21

December 21, 2018 GMT

According to reports provided by the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office:

A 36-year-old Warrenville woman reported Wednesday someone broke into her property on Wayland Street.

Deputies charged a 30-year-old Bishopville man with trespassing after notice Wednesday after he refused to leave his father’s Audubon Circle home in North Augusta.

A 42-year-old Monetta man was charged Wednesday with third-degree assault and battery after a 60-year-old man called police claiming he punched him in the face during an altercation outside a Cato Road home. Deputies reported the victim’s face was bloody from being punched.


A 25-year-old Couchton woman called police Wednesday claiming a man had assaulted her during an argument over a jacket in a parking lot on Middleton Drive in Windsor.

A 50-year-old Wagener woman reported Wednesday her daughter had accidentally dropped her debit card while shopping at an Aiken County grocery store. The woman said she cancelled the card but found out it had been used at multiple locations around the area.

Deputies arrested a North Augusta man Wednesday with disorderly conduct after he caused a disturbance at a magistrate courthouse on Langley Dam Road in Warrenville.

An Aiken woman reported Wednesday someone broke into her vehicle while it was parked outside her Courtillians Road residence.

A North Augusta man called police Wednesday claiming someone had stolen three tires and rims off the U-Haul truck he was renting while on Edgefield Road in North Augusta.

A North Augusta man reported Wednesday he heard gunshots while he was driving down Crestview Drive. He said he later found gunshot holes in the passenger side door of his car.

According to reports provided by the Aiken Department of Public Safety:

A 28-year-old Aiken woman reported Tuesday her boyfriend had slashed her tires while her vehicle was parked outside her Ravenel Street residence.

Officers charged a man Tuesday with shoplifting after he was caught attempting to steal merchandise from a Whiskey Road retail store.

A 59-year-old woman called police Tuesday claiming a man stole a lock box from her Richland Avenue motel room. The woman said the man came to her room with a rifle in a case, but then he left, placing her lock box in his rifle case. The woman said she did not say anything to him because she was scared he would hurt her.

An 18-year-old Aiken teen reported Tuesday two men robbed him and his brother at gunpoint at their apartment on Laurens Street.