Crime Blotter for Aug. 19
According to reports provided by the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office:
Deputies responded to a call for a burglary in progress at a Norris Lake Road residence, where a Warrenville man had broken into a house and overdosed on a controlled substance inside.
An Aiken woman reported that her son, who has issues with depression, disappeared after going for a walk and has been listed as a missing person by deputies.
An Aiken man reported that someone had broken into his Chime Bell Church Road residence and stole several items, including a refrigerator.
Deputies responded to a call from an Aiken woman who said her car’s tires had been slashed and wires in her motorcycle had been cut.
An Aiken woman reported that someone tried to pay her with counterfeit money. Deputies took custody of the counterfeit money after observing there were two different U.S. presidents on the bill.
A Wagener woman reported that her boyfriend had pulled her out of her car and beat her when she tried to leave him after an argument escalated in their Sand Dam Road home.
Deputies responded to a call for a noise complaint from a man who stated he could hear music from a Whiskey Road bar inside of his Boardman Road residence.
A Graniteville woman called police to report that someone had stolen her credit card information and was attempting to use it to purchase things.
Deputies responded to a call from a Salley woman who said her boyfriend had assaulted her during an argument and punched her in the face multiple times at his Pine Street residence.
Deputies arrested two Aiken men during a traffic stop on Union Church Lane for possession of marijuana and narcotics.