Blotter for July 22

  • Posted: Monday, July 21, 2014 5:12 p.m.

According to reports from the Aiken County Sheriff's Office:

A vehicle parked at a Southern Pines Drive residence in North Augusta was struck by another vehicle that fled the scene Sunday.

Electronics were reported stolen from a Berry Lane home in Beech Island on Sunday.

A Langley resident reported a handgun missing from the glove box of his vehicle parked on Pride Avenue on Sunday.

A vehicle was reported stolen from Kneece Street in Gloverville on Sunday.

A Bath man reported a bundle of cash stolen from his jacket Sunday.

Tools were reported stolen from a Dogwood Drive home in North Augusta on Sunday.

A satchel was reported stolen from a vehicle parked off of Jefferson Davis Highway in Clearwater on Sunday.

According to reports from the Aiken Department of Public Safety:

A dog that was dehydrated, emaciated and without shelter was removed from a Horry Street yard by authorities and taken to the SPCA Albrecht Center for care Friday.

A wheel edger was reported stolen from a shed on Burgundy Road on Friday.

A truck reportedly struck another vehicle and left before the victim could get any information at the Huddle House on Richland Avenue on Saturday. The suspect vehicle was described as a red Toyota pickup with a Clemson vanity tag.

A man reported witnessing someone break a window out in his car in the Huddle House parking lot on Saturday.

Several electronics were reported stolen from a Columbia Avenue home Sunday.

Someone reportedly used a rock to break out a window of an ABC store located on University Parkway, and the owner told police that they believed several bottles of liquor were taken.

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