Blotter for May 12

  • Posted: Sunday, May 11, 2014 6:27 p.m.
    UPDATED: Monday, May 12, 2014 12:04 a.m.

The owner of a business on Augusta Road in Beech Island reported that 32 cases of Little Debbie snacks were missing after the discovery of an unlocked door in a building on Friday.

A man who lives on Church Street in Gloverville reported on Friday that his vehicle was missing from where he had left it parked on the side of a road several weeks ago.

A man who lives on Ascauga Lake Road in Graniteville reported on Saturday that there was a vehicle on his property that he wanted moved. The responding officer found that the vehicle had been stolen in Georgiaís Richmond County.

A Graniteville man was arrested for disorderly conduct on Saturday at an apartment complex in Beech Island. The man was staggering, and he swayed and had trouble talking when he was stopped and questioned, according to the responding officer.

A Monetta woman reported on Saturday that her former boyfriend grabbed her by the neck with his hands and threw her to the floor during an argument about money and food at her home on Bussey Road. The accused man said he had no physical contact with the woman during the argument. The responding officer didnít see any physical signs of injury.

An Aiken man reported on Saturday that his black Phoenix Arms gun was missing from his home on Coker Drive. He kept the gun, which had rust spots on it, in a gray briefcase.

An Aiken man, who lives on Tall John Lane, reported on Saturday that an unknown white female had cashed one of his wifeís checks for $950 at TD Bank on Whiskey Road. The manís wifeís purse had been stolen from a vehicle in Richland County.

An Aiken woman, who lives on Alan Avenue, reported on Saturday that she had found her dog, which had been missing since last November, at a 19-year-old manís residence on Hancock Road. The responding officer contacted the man, who said the dog was in Graniteville. The officer, who got a photo of the dog from the victim, went to see the dog in Graniteville and found that it had similar markings to the dog in the picture.

An Aiken woman, who lives on Columbia Highway, reported on Saturday that the license plate was missing from her vehicle.

A Warrenville woman reported on Saturday that a window had been broken in her home on Monroe Street. The responding officer found the rock that has been used to break the window.

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