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Crime blotter for Oct. 2

October 2, 2018

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

An Aiken man called police Sunday claiming someone stole multiple personal items from his Fir Street property in North Augusta. The victim said he believes a woman named “Natalie” stole the items, because he had recently allowed her inside to retrieve some items belonging to her.

A Warrenville woman reported Sunday someone stole her debit card from her Augusta Road residence and used it at several locations in Aiken County. The victim told investigators she believed her 17-year-old granddaughter, along with her friend, stole the card while they were visiting her earlier in the day.

Deputies charged a 42-year-old Graniteville man Sunday after he was seen on security cameras stealing an Aiken man’s wallet, which the man had accidentally left at the checkout counter at a store on Old Depot Street in Langley.

A Beech Island man reported Sunday someone stole his portable air conditioning unit from his Laurie Drive residence.

An Aiken woman called police Sunday claiming someone stole his laptop and cellphone from her hotel room on Whiskey Road.

An Aiken woman reported Sunday someone broke into her vehicle parked outside her Nautilus Street home.

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

Officers charged a man Friday with driving under suspension, failure to surrender suspended tag and operating an uninsured vehicle after being pulled over on York Street in downtown Aiken.

A 29-year-old Aiken woman reported Friday an anonymous person sent her a Christmas card to her at her place of employment on Lauren Street, which was “hostile” in nature. The card called the victim slanderous names and said she should quit her job.

A 39-year-old Aiken woman reported Friday two payments were made to the City of Aiken with her debit card, which she claims she did not authorize.

The manager of a Whiskey Road retail store reported Friday someone was seen stealing multiple items from the store.

Officers charged an Aiken woman Friday with disorderly conduct after she caused a disturbance outside a nightclub on Hampton Avenue in downtown Aiken.

An Aiken man was charged Saturday with driving under the influence and driving under suspension after being pulled over on Whiskey Road in downtown Aiken.

Officers responded to a Jehossee Drive residence on Saturday in reference to an assault that had just taken place. Officers arrived and found a man crying in the yard. They met a woman at the scene who claimed the man was mentally challenged and he assaulted her mother.

An Aiken man was charged Saturday with malicious injury to personal property after he caused thousands of dollars worth of damage to his mother’s home on Alfred Street.

An employee at a retail store on Richland Avenue in Aiken called police Sunday claiming two men stole multiple items from the store and fled on foot into the wooded area behind the store.

A 30-year-old Aiken woman called police Sunday claiming her fiance’s ex-girlfriend was harassing her at her Greengate Circle home. The victim said the suspect was sending her harassing messages and phone calls to her cellphone and to her phone at her place of work.

Officers charged a man Monday morning with third-degree domestic violence and malicious injury to personal property after he assaulted a 28-year-old Aiken woman and destroyed her mother’s items against a car on Vincent Avenue.

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