Blotter for July 7
According to reports provided by the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office:
A burglary and vandalism were reported at Grace Church of Aiken on Talatha Church Road on Saturday. There were signs of forced entry on rear windows in two buildings. Missing were an overhead projector, a Blu-ray player, a flat screen television, laptop computers, speakers and microphones.
An Aiken woman reported on Saturday that someone had fired a shot into her home on Kinte Avenue while she was away visiting a friend. The responding officer found a round of ammunition and collected it for evidence.
During a burglary that was reported on Saturday, items were removed from a storage shed at a home on Huckleberry Drive in Aiken.
A Wagener man reported on Saturday that someone entered his unlocked 2002 Ford SUV while it was parked outside his home on Buckboard Drive and removed two green bank bags from the center console. Ten checks written to the victim by customers were in one bag. The victim’s wallet, which contained his driver’s license and about $7 in cash, and checks for a closed bank account were in the other bag.
A Beech Island woman reported a suspicious fire in a trailer in the yard of her home on Sunday. She said the trailer had been vacant a long time and was partially collapsed.
An Augusta woman reported on Saturday that her vehicle had been stolen from outside a home on Lorraine Drive in North Augusta.
Burglaries were reported on Saturday in homes on Confederate Road in Aiken and Elton Avenue in North Augusta.
A North Augusta man reported on Saturday that someone entered vehicles parked outside a home on Karnes Street in North Augusta and took a pair of Costa Del Mar Blackfin sunglasses from one of them.