Crime Blotter for Nov. 11
According to reports provided by the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office:
The theft of a vehicle was reported Friday at a business on Parker Drive in Beech Island. A video showed a male subject taking the vehicle and removing the keys from another vehicle.
An Aiken man, who lives on Old Camp Long Road, reported Friday that someone stole his vehicle’s battery and also took a gas can.
A Warrenville woman reported Friday that two firearms were missing from a tackle box at her home on Dixie Clay Road.
A Batesburg man, who lives on Blue Poppy Road, reported Friday that someone stole his motorcycle. The victim said he left the motorcycle in a ditch after wrecking it while trying to avoid a deer.
An Aiken man reported Friday that someone broke a handle, which contained a lock, on a shed at his home on Dougherty Road. In addition, the victim said, an item was stolen.
A Wagener woman reported Friday that a Salley man “set up” a hunting club on her 500 acres of property on River Road near Hollow Creek Road in Salley after she had denied his request to hunt there. She said the subject also posted “no trespassing signs” on the land and put up cables to block an access point.
A Graniteville woman reported Friday that someone stole a Kubota side-by-side utility vehicle from her neighbor’s property on Whaley Pond Road.
A Hephzibah, Georgia, woman reported Friday that someone stole personal checks from her brother’s home on Augusta Road in Warrenville.
The assistant manager of a store on Old Depot Street in Warrenville reported Friday that a white male subject, who was wearing a black “Punisher” T-shirt, tried to take an item without paying for it. She said the man gave the item to her after she confronted him and then left the scene on foot.
An Evans, Louisiana, man reported Saturday that a white male subject put his hands around his (the victim’s) throat during an altercation at the front entrance of a restaurant on Whiskey Road.
A Warrenville man reported Friday that his son head-butted him and also hit him in the head while swinging his fists during an altercation at the victim’s home on Augusta Road in Warrenville. The victim said he cut off the power to a building behind his residence where his son is living because his son stopped paying rent. The victim didn’t want to press charges.
A Batesburg woman reported Friday that two white male subjects tried to steal a water pump from her property on Kings Way in Monetta. She said a man who watches the property for her told her about the attempted theft.
A 36-year-old man was arrested Friday and charged with malicious injury to personal property after he told the responding officer that he had damaged a dining room table and broken a vase in a home on Lawson Road in Aiken. The subject also also knocked over some chairs. The man said he was angry because of financial issues.
A 41-year-old man, who appeared to be grossly intoxicated and had two active arrest warrants, was arrested at a business on Hitchcock Parkway in Aiken on Friday. The subject also damaged a television in a room he was renting at a motel on Richland Avenue West.
A Conyers, Georgia, man reported Friday that he fired a gun in the air after he saw three male subjects removing some pallets from his property on Mount Calvary Road in Trenton. The responding officer issued citations to two of the subjects and advised them of their court date. The other subject fled the scene.
An Aiken woman, who lives on Osbon Drive, reported Friday her spare iPhone 7 had been stolen from her mother’s home on Lott Street.