Blotter for Oct. 14

  • Posted: Sunday, October 13, 2013 11:53 p.m.
    UPDATED: Sunday, October 13, 2013 11:54 p.m.

According to Aiken County Sheriff’s Office reports:

A Warrenville man, who lives on Wayland Street, reported on Saturday that someone had stolen his keys in Burnettown.

A North Augusta man, who lives on Gregory Court, reported on Friday that someone had made two purchases online using his Visa Bank of America credit card without his permission.

Burglaries were reported on Friday on Piney Heights Road in Warrenville and on Saturday on Shiloh Church Road in Aiken and Columbia Highway North in Ridge Spring.

An Aiken man, who appeared to be intoxicated and “smelled of alcohol,” was arrested on Friday on Oak Street in North Augusta. While he was being taken the Aiken County Detention Center, the man allegedly threatened the responding officer.

A 13-year-old Beech Island girl reported on Friday that three other girls jumped her and punched her in the head after their mother told them to attack her on Corcoran Court.

A Wagener woman reported on Saturday that someone stole farm equipment from her barn on Camp Rawls Road.

A burglary was reported on Saturday at a home on Charleston Highway in Williston. The rear door of the residence was forced open and jewelry was taken.

An Aiken man reported on Saturday that “various tools” were missing from a house on Johnny Street in Montmorenci.

A Warrenville man reported on Saturday that someone threw a rock at his vehicle while he was driving on Old Aiken Road in North Augusta and shattered a headlight.

A Granitville man reported on Saturday that someone stole a pistol from his home on Springdale Road.

An Aiken man, who lives on Partridge Bend Road, injured his left thigh and left hand when he accidentally shot himself on Saturday. The responding officer reported that the victim pulled the trigger on a Glock 9 millimeter pistol that he thought was unloaded. Aiken County EMS transported the man to a hospital.

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