These are the bookings recorded for the Doris C. Gravat Detention Center for March 23-28. Some of the people listed may not have actually spent time in jail if they posted bond and were released. Although those listed have been arrested and charged, that does not mean they have been found gu…
Two North Augusta teens are facing charges for allegedly breaking into a home and threatening to shoot a victim before assaulting him.
Following three separate drug raids in the past week, Aiken County Sheriff Michael Hunt said there will be more to come.
The North Augusta Department of Public Safety is warning residents of scam calls using the same number as the department's dispatch number.
A man was charged Tuesday after he was found searching through the garage of a North Augusta home while under the influence of narcotics.
Aiken County accounts for most of the state's opened and pending human trafficking cases, according to an annual report by the South Carolina Attorney General's Office.
The North Augusta Department of Public Safety is seeking information on a suspect who allegedly attempted to break into the city's drop box last Friday.
An Augusta woman is being charged in the death of an 11-year-old girl who died following a vehicle crash in Augusta on Monday morning.
Attorney General William Barr announced the launch of a new initiative designed to reduce gun violence and enforce federal firearms laws across the country through collaboration between federal, state and local law enforcement and prosecutors.
Murders in South Carolina and Aiken County are at a five-year high, according to statistics by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division.
The North Augusta Department of Public Safety continues to urge drivers to be cautious as a man pretending to be a police officer continues to pull over drivers in the North Augusta area.
North Augusta Department of Public Safety is searching for a man who used multiple fake credit/debit cards to make purchases at a North Augusta Walmart on July 6.
As the law enforcement operation targeting speeders comes to an end, agencies met Thursday at the Augusta I-20 Welcome Center to share statistics and awareness on the dangers of speeding.
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