Crime Blotter for Dec. 23

December 24, 2018

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

A 27-year-old woman was arrested Friday for disorderly conduct during a domestic disturbance at a home on Townsend Street in Clearwater on Friday. The subject allegedly smelled of alcohol and was loud, boisterous and belligerent.

Two men accused each other of assault after a disturbance Friday at a home on Cedar Road in Windsor. Neither party wanted to press charges. The responding officer placed one of the men on trespass notice.

A 41-year-old Aiken man was arrested Friday during a traffic stop on Interstate 20 near Exit 18 for possession of cocaine, driving while his license was under suspension and for contempt of family court because of an outstanding bench warrant. A 37-year-old Aiken woman who was a passenger in the vehicle was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana.

A 27-year-old Beech Island man was arrested Friday during a traffic stop on Ascauga Lake Road near Canal Street in Graniteville. A leafy green substance believed to be marijuana and pills believed to be oxycodone were found in the vehicle. The man told the responding officer he “had a handgun on his person.” The officer located the weapon and took possession of it.

An Alabama man reported Friday that someone stole his truck while he was in his room at a motel on Jefferson Davis Highway in Beech Island. The victim said the truck was running and unlocked when he left it.

A homeless man reported Friday that someone stole his bicycle in Warrenville.

A Walterboro woman reported Friday one of her guns “went missing” while she was staying on Edisto Avenue in Aiken.

An Aiken woman reported Friday that someone had broken into her unit at a storage facility on Whiskey Road.

An Aiken man reported Friday that someone damaged several items in his home on Hillsboro Street.

An Aiken man reported Friday that someone broke into his home on Rushton Road through the back door. He said no items were missing from the residence.

A Windsor woman, who lives on Wendy Lane, reported Friday that another Windsor woman was harassing and threatening her. The victim said she had received numerous calls, texts and voice mails from the subject on her cell phone.

An Aiken man reported Friday that someone had taken several power tools, an air compressor and a pressure washer from a garage on Cooks Bridge Road.

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