Blotter for Dec. 23

  • Posted: Sunday, December 22, 2013 5:27 p.m.

A Warrenville man reported on Saturday that a pistol was taken from his sport utility vehicle that was parked outside of his home on Cemetery Road in Warrenville.

An Aiken man reported on Saturday that someone kicked in the door of his home on Silver Bluff Road in Aiken and took items Ė a jewelry box, jewelry and arrowheads Ė off of the dressers in both bedrooms.

A Beech Island man reported on Saturday that a go-kart was missing from the backyard of his home on Beech Island Avenue.

A larceny was reported on Saturday at a home on Southern Pines Drive in North Augusta.

An Aiken woman reported on Saturday that someone took her cell phone while she was at Kangaroo Express on Augusta Road in Warrenville.

A burglary was reported at a home on Jungle Road in Aiken on Friday.

A Beech Island man, who lives on Pine Log Road, reported on Thursday that he was called by a bill collection agency that told him he owned approximately $650 on a Comcast account for an address in Oakland, Calif. The man said he didnít know anyone at the address and hadnít authorized anyone to set up an account there.

The owner of STA Auto Sales on Edgefield Road in North Augusta reported on Saturday that someone tried to break into a fenced car lot at his business. He said an alarm had gone off there. The victim also said someone had been stealing automobile parts from the business, that he hadnít reported that problem previously.

A case of vandalism was reported on Friday at a home on Hampton Circle in North Augusta.

A Warrenville woman reported on Saturday that a computer was missing from her home on Old Carline Road.

An Aiken woman reported on Friday that someone forced open a kitchen window, entered her home on Pine Log Road and stole a black gun safe containing a number of items, including a Ruger semi-automatic pistol with five magazines, a Taurus 357 Magnum revolver, a World War II 32 caliber semi-automatic pistol, a 32 caliber Colt revolver, a presidential silver dollar collection and a collection of quarters.

An Aiken man, who lives on Woodlake Drive, reported on Saturday that someone used his Capitol One credit card account to order two iPhones from a Best Buy store in Charleston without his permission

A North Augusta woman reported on Saturday that she found a handgun in her home on Palmetto Avenue and wanted it to be removed from her residence. She said she believed that the gun belonged to a 32-year-old man who had been living at the house before moving out several months ago. The responding officer observed that the serial number had been scratched off of the gun.

Two incidents of breaking and entering involving vehicles were reported on Saturday at two different addresses on Pine Butte Lane in North Augusta.

A suspicious fire was reported at a house on Village East Circle in Graniteville on Friday. The fire was started on the residenceís back porch and spread to the grass surrounding the home. A bystander reported seeing two subjects, one wearing a black hoodie and one wearing a red hoodie, at a nearby vacant house and around where the fire started.

A Warrenville man reported on Saturday that a utility trailer had been stolen from outside of his home.

A 19-year-old Aiken man was detained for suspicion of DUI and simple possession on Saturday. The responding officer reported seeing the vehicle weave in the road multiple times before he stopped it on Augusta Road in Warrenville. The responding officer said the driverís speech was slow and slightly slurred and there was an odor of marijuana in the vehicle. The subject said he had smoked marijuana and taken a prescription medication for anxiety before getting into the vehicle. Another deputy found two bags containing ďa green leafy substanceĒ in the vehicle.

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