Blotter for April 22

  • Posted: Monday, April 22, 2013 12:26 a.m.
    UPDATED: Monday, April 22, 2013 8:45 a.m.

A 31-year-old Trenton woman was arrested by the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday after “a plastic baggy containing a white crystal-like substance, believed to be crystal meth,” and a black handgun were found in her purse, according to a report. A North Augusta man said the woman had hit him in the head “with a closed fist” after he told her to leave his home on Gilmore Avenue. The woman also allegedly hit a storm door with a chair, causing the door’s glass to break, and pushed another man, who lives in Graniteville, off a chain-link fence on which he was sitting nearby.

A Wagener woman, who lives on Nobhill Circle, reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that her 1998 silver Buick Riviera was damaged by scratches “all the way around” the vehicle and “on all panels.” A word was scratched on the hood and door panels.

A North Augusta man told the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that items were missing from his home on Hermitage Lane after he asked another man who had been staying there to leave, according to a report.

A North Augusta man reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that a battery was missing from a boat that was at his residence on Cherokee Drive.

A Beech Island woman told the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that her vehicle was stolen from her home on Boykin Drive, according to a report.

A Warrenville man reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that someone had entered a truck and a car at his home on Cemetery Road and opened the glove compartments. Items were left on the seat of the car. The man said he couldn’t tell if anything was missing from the vehicles, which had been left unlocked.

A North Augusta man reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that someone had knocked down two fence posts at his home on Chestnut Drive. A male witness later identified a subject, saying he saw a man back his “teal green Chevy Blazer” into the fence. The man driving the Blazer told the witness he would repair the fence.

A Beech Island man, who lives on Dixie Clay Road, reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that the license plate from his vehicle was taken by a Langley man he knew. The subject allegedly put the license plate on his own vehicle.

A Beech Island woman reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that two flat-screen televisions were missing from her unlocked home on Old Trail Road.

An Aiken man reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that a woman had hit a 10-year-old girl at a residence on Good Hope Farms Road. The victim said the woman “punched her in the face.” A ring the woman was wearing allegedly caused a scratch on the girl’s left cheek.

The Sheriff’s Office arrested a 55-year-old Aiken man for disorderly conduct after finding him lying about four feet from the edge of Whiskey Road on Saturday. The man had to be helped to his feet, according to a report. His speech allegedly was slurred and there was a “heavy” odor of alcohol on his breath and body.

A 19-year-old Aiken woman reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that a 23-year-old Aiken woman had kicked and cracked the front windshield of her vehicle in a dispute over missing money on Whispering Pines Terrace.

An Aiken man told the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that the spare tire was missing from a vehicle at his home on Bennie Road.

The Sheriff’s office arrested a 23-year-old Beech Island man on Saturday following an incident in Monetta during which a 16-year-old male from Prosperity allegedly was struck in the face with a beer can.

An Aiken man reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that his firearm was missing from his home on Morning Glow Lane.

A Graniteville man reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that items were missing from the backyard of his home on Saddlebrook Trail.

The Sheriff’s Office arrested a 57-year-old Beech Island man for DUI on Sunday after his car ran off Storm Branch Road twice, according to a report.

The Sheriff’s Office arrested a 17-year-old male on Saturday after his mother reported that he had thrown appliances and destroyed items in her home on Green Acres Park Lane in Warrenville. The teenager initially provided a false name and date of birth, according to a report.

A 22-year-old Aiken woman told the Sheriff’s Office on Saturday that she suffered a small laceration on her face when a 24-year-old female from Graniteville allegedly slapped her with an open hand during an argument on Augusta Road in Warrenville. The victim was interviewed at the Aiken Regional Medical Centers’ emergency room, according to a report.

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