Blotter for March 3

  • Posted: Sunday, March 2, 2014 6:34 p.m.

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

An Aiken woman, who lives on Good Hope Farms Road, reported on Saturday that $3,300 was missing from her bank account. She said her bank told her that unlawful transactions had been made in Sweden.

Burglaries were reported on Saturday at homes on Archer Court in North Augusta, Falcon Place in Warrenville and Sandra Lane in Salley. A television was taken from the home in Salley.

A woman reported that six batteries were missing from her golf cart, which was parked at a home on Atomic Road in Jackson. She said the cables in the cart also had been cut.

A woman reported on Saturday that someone entered her room at a hotel on Jefferson Davis Highway in Beech Island and stole her purse and its contents. She said that her Social Security card, driver’s license, wallet and cellphone were in the purse.

An Aiken man reported on Saturday that someone broke the driver’s side window of his vehicle and also dented and scratched the vehicle’s left front fender and hood while it was parked at a home on Dominion Drive.

A Gloverville woman reported on Saturday that someone removed her wallet from her bedroom at her home on Charles Street.

An Aiken woman reported on Saturday that someone tried to kick in the front door of her home on Coker Drive.

A Wagener woman reported on Saturday that she and her daughter got into an argument at a house on Old Bell Road in Aiken. She said she slapped her daughter and then her daughter picked up a shovel and hit her vehicle. The woman didn’t want to press charges against her daughter, but she wanted her daughter placed on trespass notice.

A Warrenville man reported on Saturday that someone driving a blue Chevrolet pickup backed into his car and then left the scene at Sprint Foods on Jefferson Davis Highway in Clearwater.

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