Blotter for July 13

  • Posted: Saturday, July 12, 2014 11:41 p.m.

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

Officers arrested and issued a citation to a North Augusta man on Friday after he was found sitting in his vehicle on Atomic Road with the motor running and smelling of alcohol.

A 39-year-old Aiken woman reported to officers on Friday that an unknown subject placed a GPS tracking device underneath her car.

A 53-year-old Aiken man reported to officers on Friday that a 24-year-old subject posted negative comments about him on Facebook.

A 58-year-old Warrenville man’s daughter reported to officers that earlier this month her father’s 52-year-old female partner took his debit cards and bought items.

Officers responded to a disturbance on Oak Street in Warrenville on Saturday after a female victim reported that after she told the male subject she didn’t want to engage in sexual activities, he chased her with a knife.

A Beech Island man reported on Friday that an unknown subject broke into his home on Williston Road and took several items.

Officers responded to a domestic dispute and vandalism on Sand Bar Ferry Road in Beech Island on Saturday after a female victim reported after she and a male subject got into a verbal argument, the subject took her keys and vandalized her vehicle.

Officers responded to a well-being check and child abuse on Kalmia Apartment Lane in Graniteville on Friday after an anonymous female caller told officers the female subject was abusing the male victim.

A Warrenville man reported on Friday that a 24-year-old male subject assaulted him at his Waterloo Place residence.

Officers responded to a suspicious fire on Mount Pleasant Road in Monetta on Saturday.

Officers responded to a shooting incident on Cadle Crossing Road in Windsor on Saturday after a male victim was shot in the temple after two victims and the subject were drinking all day. The male victim was transported to MCG.

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