April 8 blotter

  • Posted: Monday, April 8, 2013 8:34 a.m.

A Beech Island woman was struck “at least twice” in a shooting incident on Saturday at her Beard Road residence, according to the Sheriff’s Office. The woman said she had returned home and was seated in her car when a man driving a truck fired a pistol at her. The man lives at the same address as the woman, according to a report about the incident. The woman was transported to Georgia Regents Medical Center.

An Augusta, Ga., man reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that his vehicle was stolen after he picked up a woman in Aiken at a store on Hampton Avenue and gave her a ride to a residence on Morgan Street in Aiken. He said some males at the house took his car and told him not to leave or “they would kill him,” according to the Sheriff’s Office.

A 19-year-old Beech Island man reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that he had been jumped, hit, kicked and robbed by “an unknown number of subjects” at a residence on Pine Street in Warrenville.

An Aiken man reported on Friday to the Sheriff’s Office that four power tools valued at $320 were missing from an unlocked storage building on Henry Street.

An Aiken man reported on Friday to the Sheriff’s Office that a vehicle had run off the road and damaged his wood and brick fence on San Juan Lane.

A burglary at a storage facility on Jefferson Davis Highway in Graniteville was reported on Friday to the Sheriff’s Office. The lock on a door was broken, and a rocking chair, television, stove and digital video recorder were missing.

An Evans, Ga., woman reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Friday that she had discovered her ATM card was missing after multiple withdrawals had been made from her account and the card had been used at various locations in Aiken County. She said she subsequently found the card in her daughter’s purse.

A North Augusta man reported what he called a “suspicious fire” to the Sheriff’s Office on Friday. The garage behind his residence on Herndon Dairy Road was on fire.

A Monetta man reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Friday that a .38 caliber revolver was missing from his residence on Mathias Street.

A man reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Friday that walkway lights around several of his family’s graves and headstones were missing from a Langley cemetery.

A Graniteville woman reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Friday that she had deposited a check for $450 for a man, at his request, at a Langley ATM. She said she was only able to withdraw $150 and gave it to the man. She and the man exchanged phone numbers, but she said she had not been able to contact him. She also said she had checked with her bank, and the check had “gone through,” according to the Sheriff’s Office.

Vandalism to a business on Jefferson Davis Highway in Clearwater was reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Friday. Video surveillance showed multiple subjects breaking a doorknob off a door using a fire extinguisher. A dead bolt lock kept the door closed, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

A burglary at a residence on Augusta Road in Gloverville was reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Friday.

A Warrenville man reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Friday that items outside a storage shed at his residence on Lee Drive were missing.

An Aiken woman reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that a birthday card that had a $200 check inside was missing from her mailbox on Barron Way.

A Warrenville man said on Saturday he accidentally shot himself in the hand while taking his gun apart, according to the Sheriff’s Office. He was treated at Aiken Regional Medical Centers on University Parkway.

An Aiken woman reported a break-in at her residence on Confederate Road to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday. A computer and other items were missing.

A Wagener woman reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that a chain saw and an air hose were missing from a shed at her residence on Camp Rawls Road. She said she discovered they were gone after a man forced his way into her house by pushing a door in. She said the man yelled at her, asking where her boyfriend was and why the boyfriend hadn’t “paid him his money.” She also said she saw him walk over to the shed when he left, but did not see him take the items.

A burglary at a residence on Glass House Road in Graniteville was reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday.

A North Augusta man reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Sunday that his tow truck was on fire and that the blaze was suspicious.

An Aiken woman reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that her purse was missing from her boyfriend’s vehicle at a residence on Henry Street. Because of previous damage to the vehicle, the doors could not be locked, she said.

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