According to reports provided by the Aiken Department of Public Safety:
A 51-year-old Graniteville woman was detained for shoplifting on Wednesday after she tried to take several undergarment items from a store on Richland Avenue without paying.
A 27-year-old Aiken woman was detained for shoplifting on Wednesday after she tried to take clothing and toys from a store on Richland Avenue without paying.
A 58-year-old Ridge Spring woman was detained for breach of trust with fraudulent intent on Thursday after she allegedly stole merchandise from the Richland Avenue store in which she worked.
A vehicle was reported stolen from Sumter Street on Thursday.
According to reports provided by the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office:
A 19-year-old Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, woman was detained for criminal domestic violence on Thursday after allegedly assaulting her boyfriend during an argument while they were driving down Interstate 20.
A 33-year-old Aiken man reported identity theft on Thursday after a cellular service provider informed him someone had opened an account using his name, birth date and Social Security number. The man later found out that someone opened accounts in his name with multiple other businesses.
A 74-year-old Aiken man was detained for DUI on Thursday after officers at a checkpoint determined he smelled of alcohol and exhibited signs of intoxication. The man was arrested after failing multiple field sobriety tests, and provided a breath sample that yielded a .17 percent blood-alcohol content.
An Ohio woman reported her wallet stolen on Thursday after she left a family member’s home on Kalmia Circle in Aiken.
An Aiken man reported stoves, farming equipment and aluminum cans stolen from his home on Outing Club Road on Thursday.
A Graniteville woman reported a firearm stolen from her home on Shotgun Lane on Friday.
Vehicle break-ins were reported on Fairview Road in North Augusta and Windsor Drive in North Augusta.
Vehicles were reported stolen from Cherokee Drive in North Augusta and Foxwood Court in North Augusta.
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