Blotter for Nov. 27

  • Posted: Tuesday, November 26, 2013 11:19 p.m.

According to reports provided by the Aiken Department of Public Safety:

A 60-year-old Aiken man was detained for disorderly conduct on Monday after officers found him intoxicated inside a building on Rutland Drive. The man was leaning over some chairs, couldn’t sit up straight, was drooling on himself and smelled strongly of alcohol.

Copper wiring was reported stolen from a fenced in cellular service provider area on Marlboro Street on Monday.

Officers responded to an alarm caused by an open door at a home on University Parkway on Monday. A key holder couldn’t be located to secure the door, but officers cleared the church.

An Aiken woman reported on Monday that someone made an unauthorized transaction of more than $300 on her bank card at a grocery store on York Street.

A vehicle break-in was reported on Pine Log Road on Monday. The owner reported divorce documents missing.

According to reports provided by the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office:

A Warrenville business owner reported on Monday that someone cut all four tires on a vehicle left at his business for him to repair.

A Warrenville woman reported on Monday that someone took a charcoal grill and an ashtray from the porch of her Jay Place Road home.

An Aiken woman reported on Monday that someone damaged the mailbox in front of her Creek Ridge Road home.

A burglary was reported at a home on Joyner Pond Road in Aiken on Monday. The owner reports money and prescription medications missing.

Additional burglaries were reported on Holly Meadows Drive in Graniteville, Inkberry Road in Wagener and Dunbar Street in Warrenville.

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