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Crime blotter for Feb. 9

February 9, 2019

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

A Warrenville man reported Thursday a man he recently sold a used car to is sending him threatening text messages and harassing him at his Glenwood Drive residence. The man said the suspect bought the car and now wants his money back, claiming there are issues with the car.

A Warrenville man reported Friday morning someone stole a vehicle from his property on Piney Heights Road.

Deputies charged an Aiken man Friday morning with driving under suspension and simple possession of marijuana after he was pulled over on Highway 19 for failure to use his turn signal.

An Aiken woman reported Thursday someone had stolen personal checks and has been fraudulently cashing them at various places around Aiken.

A North Augusta man called police Thursday claiming a woman has been harassing him at his Bradley Drive home. The man said he borrowed a laptop from the woman and she became angry when he did not return it fast enough. She has been threatening to “put her son on him.”

A Gloverville woman reported Wednesday a homeless man was trespassing at her property on Hillvale Street. The woman said she had evicted the man from the home and he was no longer supposed to be there.

A Beech Island man called police Wednesday claiming someone broke into his Beech Island Avenue residence and stole multiple items.

According to reports provided by the Aiken Department of Public Safety:

Officers responded to a residence on Crosland Drive in Aiken on Thursday after receiving reports that someone was trespassing inside. Upon arrival, officers found a man inside who did not have permission to be there. The suspect told police he had accidentally typed in the wrong address in his GPS and was supposed to be at a nearby home.

A 72-year-old Aiken woman reported Thursday someone broke into her vehicle while it was parked outside her Forest Hill Drive home and took her wallet.

The owner of a convenience store on Richland Avenue in Aiken called police Thursday claiming a new employee had stolen money.

Officers charged an Aiken man Thursday with second-degree domestic violence after a 26-year-old woman called police claiming he had assaulted her at their University Parkway apartment.

A 28-year-old Aiken man called police Thursday claiming his ex-girlfriend was harassing him at his Redd Street residence.

A man was charged Thursday with second-degree domestic violence after he was pulled over on York Street in downtown Aiken.

Officers charged a man Thursday with driving under the influence after he was pulled over on Whiskey Road in downtown Aiken.

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