A Ridge Spring man reported Monday that someone slashed a tire of his vehicle while parked on Duncan Road in North Augusta, according to a sheriff’s report.
A Gloverville woman reported Saturday that three people who she was giving a ride to carjacked her at the corner of Bald Eagle Court and Project Road when one of them pointed a gun at her, and she was forced out of the vehicle, according to a sheriff’s report. The woman fled on foot with the keys unharmed and said one of the subjects went by the name “Ziggie.”
Burnettown First Baptist Church on Walker Street reported Saturday that someone spray-painted profanity on the front door of the building, according to a sheriff’s report.
An Aiken man reported Saturday that someone stole his 1988 Chevrolet Caprice Classic from the driveway of his Wagener Road home, according to a sheriff’s report.
An Aiken woman reported Saturday that someone stole a four-wheeler from her Wagener Road home, according to a sheriff’s report. A Windsor woman reported Saturday that someone stole a computer and some household goods from a vacant trailer located on Stillwater Road, according to a sheriff’s report.
An Aiken woman reported Sunday that someone struck her parked vehicle on Henry Street in Warrenville and left, according to a sheriff’s report.
A Ridge Spring man reported Sunday that someone stole a 1995 Yamaha Grizzly four-wheeler from Engineer Road, according to a sheriff’s report.
An Aiken man reported Thursday that someone stole six revolvers from his Catawba Street home, according to a police report.
An Aiken woman reported Thursday that someone stole a flat screen television, iPhone and change from her Laurens Street home, according to a police report.
Two vehicles were reportedly broken into Sunday at Pepper Hill Nursing Home located on Augustus Drive in Aiken, according to a police report. A purse was reported stolen from each vehicle.
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