Blotter for Jan. 16

  • Posted: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 7:25 a.m.

An Aiken man reported on Monday that an unknown person had been making fraudulent transactions on his debit card.

Two men doing yard work for Ruby Tuesday on Whiskey Road on Monday reported that someone took their equipment they left while eating lunch at Chick-fil-A.

An unknown man ran from a store on York Street on Monday after he reportedly tried to pay for an order with a counterfeit bill.

Graffiti was reported on road signs on Banks Mill Road on Friday.

An Aiken man was detained for disorderly conduct on Chesterfield Street on Monday after being involved in a verbal altercation with several people. The man reportedly smelled of alcoholic beverage and exhibited signs of intoxication.

A Beech Island woman reported on Monday that someone had been making fraudulent transactions on her debit card.

An Aiken woman reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Sunday that her mailbox was stolen from outside her Three Notch Road home.

An abandoned vehicle blocking the roadway was reported on Jerusalem Branch Road in Salley. The vehicle was towed.

A Warrenville woman reported that someone struck her vehicle while she was driving on Old Aiken Road in North Augusta. The incident caused a dent and scratches to the victim’s vehicle.

The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office responded to burglaries on Beatty Drive and Southeastern Lane in Aiken.

Two vehicle break-ins were reported on Beaver Creek Lane in Aiken. A satellite radio and a cell phone were reported missing.

A 46-year-old woman was detained after she allegedly shoplifted from Reid’s on Jefferson Davis Highway in Langley on Monday.

A juvenile was detained after he allegedly shoplifted from Bi-Lo on Jefferson Davis Highway in Beech Island on Monday.

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