Crime Blotter April 9
According to reports from the Aiken Department of Public Safety:
Officers responded to a Whiskey Road business where a woman claimed her debit card was stolen.
Officers responded to an Edgefield Avenue residence for an Aiken man claiming two men were knocking on his door demanding he exit his house.
Officers responded to a Lee Lane business for reports of three unknown males forcing open vending machines and stealing money.
An Aiken woman called police to her Barnwell Avenue home, where she claimed her boyfriend had physically assaulted her.
An Aiken woman called police to report someone needed to be put on trespass notice at her Middleburg East Lane home.
Officers responded to a Wildhaven Drive residence for reports of a child wandering unattended in the roadway.
An Aiken woman called police to report her ex-boyfriend needed to be put on trespass notice at her Silver Bluff Road residence.
Officers responded to a Claflin Drive residence for complaints of three people fighting in the front yard.
Officers responded to a Laurens Street business for reports of a driver in a vehicle discharging a firearm once at another vehicle.
Officers responded to a Whiskey Road business for complaints of a customer attempting to shoplift several items.
An Aiken man called police to report a person in a vehicle discharged a firearm several times into the air as it passed by his Cushman Drive residence.
Officers responded to a Fabian Drive business for complaints of several males attempting to shoplift items.
An Aiken woman called police to report someone had burglarized her Greenville Street home.
Officers responded to a Fernwood Court residence for complaints of a suicidal person barricading themselves in a room.
Officers responded to a Richland Drive residence for complaints of shots fired. The victim, who was uninjured, claimed someone fired at him while breaking into his parked car.