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


Officers responded to a disturbance on Rainbow Drive in Wagener on Friday after a verbal altercation ensued about driving one individual home after returning from a local bar.


A 24-year-old Wagener woman reported on Friday that an unknown subject took her wallet and prescriptions antibiotics from her Pinder Place residence.


A 48-year-old Windsor woman reported earlier this month an unknown subject took two circular saws and one power drill from her Water Oak Drive residence.


A 36-year-old North Augusta man was taken into custody on Wednesday after an officer stopped him at a check point, at which time the driver said he had a suspended driver’s license and two prior convictions in the past five years.


A 30-year-old Aiken woman reported on Wednesday an unknown subject stole her truck on Edisto Road.


A 19-year-old North Augusta woman was taken into custody after an officer stopped her at a check point, at which time the officer was notified the woman didn’t have a driver’s license.


Officers responded to a disturbance on Myrtle Street in Langley on Friday after two male individuals got into a verbal altercation over a woman.


A 29-year-old Graniteville man reported on Thursday two unknown subjects stopped him outside by his mailbox and took a bottle of prescriptions out of his pocket.


A 39-year-old Aiken man was taken into custody on Saturday for burglary at a business on Edgefield Highway after attempting to take items and damaging the structure.


A 39-year-old Beech Island woman reported in July an unknown subject said they were an employee of an area business and called to tell the woman she qualified for a loan and to send money.


A 63-year-old Beech Island man was placed under arrest after an officer was responding to a suspicious fire, and instead, found the subject appearing intoxicated on Jefferson Davis Highway.


A 46-year-old North Augusta woman reported in June an unknown subject took her trash can from her Duncan Road residence.


Officers responded to a breach of trust after a 29-year-old Aiken man reported on Friday an unknown subject called as an employee of a business and said the man qualified for a grant and needed to be paid $216.