Blotter for June 22

  • Posted: Saturday, June 21, 2014 7:22 p.m.

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

Officers responded to a residence on Church Street in Bath on Friday to locate a missing juvenile. The juvenile, who was wanted, was found under the house and taken into custody.

A Belvedere man was taken into custody on Friday after reportedly assaulting a female victim because she had a blanket on her bed, and he did not have a blanket on his at the residence on Kershaw Drive.

A Windsor man reported an unknown subject took a shotgun, cellphone, lunch bag, pocket knife and five watches from his Wren Road residence on Thursday.

Officers responded to a burglary on Friday at Argos on Main Street in Jackson after a window air conditioning unit and motor oil were reported missing.

Officers responded to a burglary at Open Bible Church on Atomic Road in Beech Island after an individual reported the shed door to be destroyed.

A Langley woman reported on Friday that an unknown subject opened the trunk of her unlocked car and took multiple CDs and her GPS.

An Aiken woman reported on Friday that an unknown subject entered her home on Cedar Road. Officers observed a window air conditioning unit was moved.

An Aiken County employee reported their County-issued iPad to be missing.

A 62-year-old Windsor man reported an unknown subject took items from his yard on Surrey Race Road on Friday.

A 36-year-old Aiken man watching over his friend’s home reported that after hearing a dog bark he witnessed an unknown subject running through the woods on Saturday. The man also witnessed the subject try to enter the home with a machete found on the grill.

Officers responded to roughly five vehicle break-ins on Thursday and Friday on Maplewood Drive in North Augusta. All cars were reportedly left unlocked.

Officers responded to a vehicle break-in and a stolen vehicle on Thursday after one victim reported leaving their car unlocked with the keys inside. The other vehicle was also left unlocked.

Officers responded to a vehicle break-in on Thursday on Sudlow Lake Road in North Augusta after the female victim reported her wallet with her Social Security card, driver’s license and $20 were missing.

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