Blotter for Jan. 29

  • Posted: Monday, January 28, 2013 10:10 p.m.

A tablet was reported stolen from a vehicle parked at the Target Shopping Center on Friday, according to a police report.

An Aiken woman reported a possible breaking and entering of her vehicle while parked at Dillon Avenue Saturday, and the responding officer found a broken window that appeared to have been struck by bullets, according to a police report. A 9 mm casing was found near the vehicle.

An Aiken woman reported Saturday that someone spray-painted, keyed and deflated the tires to her vehicle while parked on Palm Drive, according to a police report.

An Aiken man reported Sunday that someone stole his silver 2010 Dodge Charger from Tracewood Place, according to a police report.

An Aiken woman reported Sunday that someone broke into her vehicle parked at Chatfield Street and stole two subwoofers and an amplifier, according to a police report.

An Aiken man reported Sunday that someone damaged a window of his home, possibly by shooting at it with BB gun, according to a police report.

Dave’s Grill and Grocery located on Wagener Road in Aiken reported Friday that someone drove off without paying for a little more than $15 of gas, according to a sheriff’s report. No tag number or description was available.

An Aiken woman reported Friday that someone stole a trailer that was parked off Powell Pond Road Friday, according to a sheriff’s report.

Beech Island Plumbing and Tile reported Friday that someone stole tools from a house located on Lake Norman Drive in North Augusta that was under construction, according to a sheriff’s report.

An Augusta man reported Friday that someone removed the tires and rims off his vehicle that was parked on Washboard Road, according to a sheriff’s report. Several boxes with unlisted items were also removed from the vehicle.

A North Augusta man reported Sunday that someone broke into his Hill Street home and stole a radio and other electronics, according to a sheriff’s report.

Several vehicles were reportedly broken into on Saturday and Sunday on Oxpens Road in Warrenville, according to sheriff reports. A variety of items were stolen including electronics, sunglasses and other miscellaneous things.

An Aiken man reported Saturday that a trailer and lawn mower were stolen from North Meadows Drive, according to a sheriff’s report.

A Williston man reported Sunday that a trailer was stolen from White Pond Road, according to a sheriff’s report.

A Vaucluse man reported Sunday that someone stole four fishing poles and a tackle box from his Vaucluse Road home, according to a sheriff’s report.

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