Police blotter for July 9
According to reports from the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office:
Cash was stolen from a vehicle parked at Langley Pond on Sunday after a window was broken out.
A laptop was stolen from a Green Acres Park Lane home in Warrenville on Sunday.
A Kindle Fire was stolen from a Kalmia Drive home in Graniteville on Sunday.
A shotgun and a box of ammunition was stolen from an Opal Drive home in Aiken on Sunday.
A revolver, an Xbox 360 and jewelry boxes were stolen from a Morgan Avenue home in North Augusta on Sunday.
A Beech Island woman reported a smoker, mixer, closet rack and table stolen from her Beech Island Avenue home on Sunday.
A Warrenville woman reported her jewelry box holding a diamond necklace and earrings stolen from her Pleasant Pointe Drive home on Sunday.
A Beech Island woman reported a CD player and speakers stolen after her vehicle was broken into while parked on Storm Branch on Sunday.
An icebox and television were stolen from a Womrath Road home in North Augusta on Saturday.
A trailer was stolen from the back yard of a Dunbar Street home in Langley on Saturday.
Deputies responded to an alarm at Tire Kingdom on Whiskey Road on Saturday and found the bay doors damaged.
According to reports from Aiken Public Safety:
A man was seen stuffing clothing into his pants at the Whiskey Road Walmart and leaving on a red moped. The white male was wearing an Atlanta Falcons hat, a yellow T-shirt with “I’m up” on the front, black pants and black shoes with white accents.