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Crime blotter for Jan. 18

January 17, 2019

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

A 27-year-old Warrenville man reported Wednesday someone broke into his vehicle while it was parked outside his Howlandville Road home and stole a firearm he left inside the car.

Deputies arrested a Salley man Wednesday on an active family court arrest warrant after he was pulled over for speeding on East Pine Log Road in Aiken.

An 18-year-old North Augusta woman called police Wednesday claiming a New Ellenton teen had stolen her cellphone and had it on Swamp Road. Deputies went to check the location, but witnessed a man jump out of a vehicle and run into the woodline. A passenger in the car said he did not know the man, but he left two guns in the front seat.

An Aiken man reported Wednesday someone broke into his Cumbee Trail Road residence while he was away.

A Salley woman called police Wednesday claiming her boyfriend was threatening to harm her during an argument at their Poplar Street apartment. The woman said the argument was over her boyfriend texting another woman.

An Aiken woman reported Wednesday someone broke into her vehicle while it was parked on Jefferson Davis Highway in Clearwater and took $65 in cash from her purse.

An Aiken man reported Wednesday another man had stolen aluminum clips and wiring from his Cooks Bridge Road home. The victim said he went to Coastal Recycling on Edgefield Highway and learned an acquaintance of his had sold the stolen the items there.

A Monetta woman called police Wednesday claiming her son had taken her vehicle without permission from outside a salon on Dougherty Road in Aiken. The woman said her son was supposed to wait in the car while she worked, but when she came out the car was missing. She has tried to contact her son, but has not been able to get him to answer.

A North Augusta man reported Wednesday someone broke into his Mohawk Drive residence through a back door and stole his tools.

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

A 32-year-old Aiken woman called police Wednesday claiming she fell into an uncovered manhole on Cardinal Drive while walking her son to the school bus.

A 34-year-old Aiken woman reported Wednesday her nephew had not returned her vehicle after she let him borrow it. Officers found the vehicle parked on Timberlane Road.

A 20-year-old Aiken woman reported Wednesday the father of her child had taken her vehicle from her Aldrich Street residence without permission.

Officers arrested a juvenile Wednesday for disorderly conduct after the juvenile cursed out a man on Pinecrest Avenue in Aiken.

A 49-year-old Aiken man reported Wednesday his nephew was threatening him with a gun at his Lincoln Avenue home.

A 60-year-old Aiken woman reported Wednesday someone broke into her Horry Street residence after noticing that one of the windows was broken.

Officers charged a man Wednesday with shoplifting after he was caught attempting to a set of tools from a store on Whiskey Road in Aiken.

A 60-year-old Aiken man called police Wednesday claiming his neighbor had taken a jug of gasoline from his Dogwood Road residence. The man said he had given the suspect’s wife a ride and she repaid him with the gas. However, the woman’s husband came over and took the gas back, claiming his wife did not have permission to give away his gasoline.

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