Blotter for April 7
According to reports provided by the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office:
An Aiken woman who lives on East Pine Log Road reported on Saturday that someone had made an unauthorized online purchase from Nordstrom Direct using her Visa credit card.
A Williston woman reported on Saturday that someone broke the windshield and side windows of her truck while it was parked outside of a house on Old Barnwell Road in Windsor.
An Aiken man reported on Saturday that he had not seen his car since letting a man and woman use it to go to the store. The subjects had been living with the victim at his home on Heathwood Drive.
An Augusta man reported on Saturday that someone had taken nine 30-pound propane tanks and 30 feet of 6-gauge wire from his shed on Camash Circle in Jackson. The victim said the unknown subject entered the shed through its roof and used a hammer to exit through the shed’s door.
Two guns and other items were taken from a home on Tabernacle Road in Salley during a burglary that was reported on Saturday.
A Windsor woman reported on Saturday that someone took two guns, jewelry and several bottles of medication from her home on Angel Lane.
A Beech Island man reported on Saturday that someone vandalized his vehicle after he left it parked at a house on Kim Court in Warrenville while he went out with friends. According to the responding officer, there were multiple dents in the passenger side of the vehicle and the vehicle’s windshield was cracked.
A burglary was reported on Saturday at a home on Fields Cemetery Road in Graniteville.
A Graniteville man reported on Saturday that someone broke into his home on Breezy Hill Road through the front door and took two televisions.
A North Augusta woman who lives on Hallelujah Lane reported on Saturday that someone had stolen her debit card and used it at the Family Dollar on Jefferson Davis Highway in Clearwater.
A Warrenville man reported on Saturday that someone had taken a minibike from underneath his house on Les Drive. He said he had built the minibike using “different parts.”