A 16-year-old high school student was charged with third-degree assault and battery last week after she reportedly assaulted a 16-year-old girl after another student paid her $5 to strike the student “due to a prior disagreement.”
The Aiken Department of Public Safety responded to burglaries last week on Union Street and Cetch Court. A stove, a heating and air conditioning unit and a refrigerator were reported missing from one home.
Shoplifting incidents were reported on Saturday at Walmart on Whiskey Road and Kent’s Korner on East Pine Log Road.
Vehicle break-ins were reported this weekend on Kendallwood Court, Hampton Avenue and Windhaven Drive.
A 24-year-old man was detained for driving under the influence on Sunday after officers pulled him over for drifting in his lane and speeding.
The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office responded to burglaries this weekend on Village Drive in Aiken, Stormbranch Road in Beech Island, Cherokee Drive in North Augusta, Taylor Drive in Aiken, Charleston Highway in Montmorenci and Legion Road in Warrenville.
An employee of Greg’s Gas Plus on Jefferson Davis Highway in North Augusta told the Sheriff’s Office that someone drove into a gas pump, causing damage to it, then drove off.
Vehicle break-ins were reported to the Sheriff’s Office this weekend on Seminole Drive in North Augusta and Victoria Drive in Aiken.
A 33-year-old Aiken woman was detained for DUI on Sunday after she was stopped by deputies on Pine Log Road in Warrenville for crossing the center and white lines while driving.
A 55-year-old man was detained for DUI on Sunday after he was stopped by deputies on Columbia Highway for drifting in his lane while driving.
A 45-year-old Warrenville woman was detained for reckless driving on Sunday after she was pulled over for speeding and swerving.
Vehicles were reported stolen to the Sheriff’s Office on Hathaway Bridge Road in Aiken, Piney Heights Road in Warrenville, Emory Street in Beech Island and Old Airport Road in Aiken.
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