Police blotter for Feb. 11
According to reports provided by the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office:
Two people in North Augusta reported Saturday evening that they had heard gunshots and a round hit their house on Birch Street. A deputy met with a man who lived on the same street and the man admitted to shooting a few rounds off. The deputy also found three ounces of marijuana in the man’s vehicle and arrested him.
Early Sunday morning, deputies responded to a Cedar Road residence in Windsor where a woman had been shot in the leg. A man at the residence stated he heard a gunshot go off and pulled the victim out of the bed and onto the floor. He stated he heard a vehicle start up and saw a truck in the driveway leaving the property. Bullet holes were found in the residence as well as shells and casings in the driveway.
A Graniteville woman reported a burglary on Chalk Bed Road between Wednesday and Friday evenings.
An employee at a Harvey Court store reported Saturday that a man had tried to use a counterfeit $100 bill to put on a reloadable Visa gift card.
An Aiken woman reported vandalism on Flag Lane after she realized part of an electric fence was down and none of the horses on the property had burn marks from the electric fence.
A North Augusta woman reported a stolen vehicle from a Jefferson Davis Highway restaurant Saturday morning.