Blotter for Oct. 13
Two men, ages 18 and 19, were detained by the Aiken Department of Public Safety for public disorderly conduct after fighting at Aiken High School. The 18-year-old told officers he was waiting on his school bus when the 19-year-old and several other students began taunting him to fight.
An 80-year-old woman reported an attempted scam to Public Safety. She told officers a man called her home and told her she won $500,000 in the lottery. The man instructed her to go to Walmart and send him a $400 money pack, but she didn’t.
A vehicle break-in was reported on Chesterfield Street. The owner said the vehicle was unlocked, and reported an iPod and sunglasses missing.
Three shoplifting incidents were reported at Walmart on Whiskey Road.
The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office said a woman tried to pay for her order in a McDonald’s drive-thru with a counterfeit $100 but drove off when authorities were called.
The Sheriff’s Office responded to vehicle break-ins on Oak Street in Aiken, John Nunn Highway in Salley, Fairview Street in North Augusta and Pickens Avenue in Aiken.
Burglaries were reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Fairwinds Road and Hutto Pond Road in Aiken.
Vehicles were reported stolen from Hampton Avenue in Aiken and Aiken Road in North Augusta.
A 33-year-old man was detained for forgery after he tried to cash a counterfeit check at an Aiken grocery store while using a counterfeit ID. He gave officers several conflicting accounts of how he acquired the check.