Blotter for Dec. 10

  • Posted: Monday, December 10, 2012 7:36 a.m.

A man reported an unknown subject threw an unknown object at his car, causing damage while he was driving along Highway 278 in Aiken.

A gray and white pit bull was reported stolen from a Pickens Avenue residence in Aiken.

A Taylor Drive man reported an unknown subject knocked on his door and, when he opened it, jumped on him and stole his wallet.

Diesel fuel and hydraulic liquid was reported stolen from a Valley Drive residence in New Ellenton.

A 19-year-old Aiken woman told the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office she wished to press charges against her stepfather after he allegedly pushed her out of a home on Ridgecrest Road and hit her on the back of her head, according to an incident report.

Zion Hill Baptist Church in Salley was reportedly broken into and a file cabinet damaged in the pastor’s office. No items appeared to be missing.

Pain pills and money were reported stolen from a Clay Pit Road residence in North Augusta.

Toy trucks and homemade maple syrup were reported stolen from a vehicle parked at a Deerwood Drive residence in North Augusta.

An unknown subject reportedly shot five times into the front window of Amelia’s Fish and Chicken Restaurant in Graniteville.

A 19-year-old Aiken man was transported to Aiken Regional Sunday after reportedly being stabbed in the hand with a steak knife after he was involved in an altercation at a Kalmia Circle residence.

A TV was reported stolen from a Gunter Pond Road in Wagener.

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