Blotter for Aug. 11

  • Posted: Sunday, August 10, 2014 11:14 p.m.

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

A 56-year-old Belvedere woman was arrested for disorderly conduct in the parking lot of Circle K on Hitchcock Parkway in Aiken on Saturday. According to the responding officer, the woman was unsteady on her feet and her speech was slurred. She also smelled strongly of alcohol.

A 20-year-old Wagener woman was arrested for disorderly conduct on Saturday following an incident at a home on Festival Trail Road. The responding officer reported that the subject was intoxicated, loud, boisterous and using profane language.

A 43-year-old Aiken woman reported on Saturday that a 54-year-old man grabbed her by her right arm and threw her across a bed during an argument at a home on Oakwood Drive. The woman, who said her right shoulder was injured, was taken to Aiken Regional Medical Centers. The victim and subject had been living together at the residence where the incident took place.

A 38-year-old Batesburg woman reported that a 52-year-old man pushed her to the floor and grabbed her by the neck during an argument at a house on Goose Platter Road on Sunday.

A 51-year-old Graniteville man was arrested for public disorderly conduct following an argument with a 44-year-old woman at a house on Joy Street on Saturday. The responding officer located the man after he left the scene of the incident. According to the officer, the man’s speech was slurred and he smelled strongly of alcohol. After being taken to the Aiken County Detention Center, the man said he took Xanax, smoked marijuana and drank a beer 30 minutes before the officer arrived at the scene.

An Aiken woman reported on Sunday that she woke up to find her house on Lincoln Avenue on fire. She said she thought the blaze had started in “the kids’ room.” According to a report on the incident, a curtain caught on fire while a juvenile was playing with matches and the blaze spread.

A Saluda man reported on Friday that his 2003 green Dodge pickup, which has a crew cab, had been stolen after he left it on the side of Highway 39 in Wagener following a flat tire.

An Aiken man reported on Friday that someone had taken medication from his home on Appleseed Lane.

Diesel fuel was reported missing from a location on Jefferson Davis Highway in Graniteville on Friday.

A 17-year-old male subject was arrested for malicious injury to real property following an incident at a home on Cato Road in Warrenville. The 23-year-old male victim said the subject came to his home, showed him a .25 caliber pistol and asked him if he wanted to buy the gun. The victim said that when he said no, the victim got “very upset.” The victim later heard a window in his house shatter, and when he looked outside, he said he saw the subject. The subject, who lives on Saddle Horse Road in Warrenville, told the responding officer that he threw rocks at the victim’s house.

An Aiken woman reported on Friday that she made a $134 purchase online from Designer Supply House. She said she never received her order, but that someone used her credit card information to make a $660 purchase online.

A burglary was reported at a home on Fairview Avenue in North Augusta on Friday.

A Graniteville woman reported on Friday that someone had taken her gold Apple iPhone 5s from her vehicle while it was parked near some apartments on Aiken Road in Graniteville.

A North Augusta man reported on Friday that someone had taken his 2003 tan Chevrolet S10 pickup from outside of his home on Hillside Drive. Miscellaneous tools, a pair of Oakley sunglasses and music CDs were in the truck. The victim said the vehicle’s doors were locked.

Fourteen batteries from seven vehicles belonging to Contractors South of Jackson were reported missing at a construction site on Bettis Academy Road near Whaley Pond Road in Graniteville on Friday.

A dark blue Ford F-150 pickup was reported stolen from outside of a home on Fields Cemetery Road in Graniteville on Friday. Inside the truck were miscellaneous tools, two six-foot aluminum ladders, a drill, a Tapco Break Buddy and a tool belt.

A Wagener woman reported on Saturday that someone broke the rear windshield of her 2001 silver Ford vehicle that was parked outside of her home on Blackbird Road.

An Aiken woman reported on Saturday that someone broke into the sunroom of her home on Long Creek Drive in Aiken and took a 55-inch Samsung plasma television.

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