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Crime blotter for Dec. 14

December 14, 2018

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

A Warrenville woman reported Thursday morning her boyfriend had assaulted her after they got into an altercation at their Railroad Street home over him “smelling like another woman.” The woman said the suspect pushed her onto the couch and hit her in the head with a flashlight he threw at her.

Deputies charged an Aiken man and woman Wednesday with receiving stolen goods after they were pulled over at a gas station on Edgefield Highway. The license plate on the vehicle they were in did not match the vehicle.

A Warrenville woman was charged Wednesday with no driver’s license, failure to register a vehicle and window tint violation after being pulled over on Dunbar Street.

Deputies charged a Warrenville man with possession of meth after he was pulled over on Dunbar Street and searched.

An Aiken woman called police Tuesday claiming she got into an argument with her husband because he was hallucinating and hearing voices at their Bransome Boulevard residence. Deputies transported the man to a nearby hospital for medical treatment.

A Warrenville woman reported Tuesday someone vandalized her vehicle while it was parked outside her Green Acres Park Lane home. She said she heard a loud noise, went outside and saw the suspect running away from the scene on foot.

Deputies charged a North Augusta man Tuesday with third-degree assault and battery after he assaulted a Georgia man outside a residence on Crestview Drive.

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

Police charged a man Monday with unlawful carrying of pistol and simple possession of marijuana after being pulled over on Crosland Drive in downtown Aiken.

A 69-year-old Aiken woman called police Tuesday claiming someone broke into her vehicle while it was parked outside her Colleton Avenue residence.

A 35-year-old Aiken woman reported Monday her juvenile daughter threw a bucket of water on her and spit on her at their Sommers Avenue home. The juvenile was charged with third-degree assault and battery and failure to comply.

Officers charged a woman Monday with shoplifting after she was caught attempting to steal merchandise from a Richland Avenue retail store.

A 48-year-old Aiken woman called police Monday claiming someone broke into her vehicle while it was parked outside her Hickory Ridge Road home.

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