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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Aiken, South CarolinaCyan wooo Magenta Paoo yellow Poao Black 012908 bookings these Are the bookings recorded for the Doris c. Gravat detention Center for june 16, 2015. 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 guilty. All bookings May be viewed online by visiting and clicking on the crime Tab. Tyvaris Shaquille Jordan 18 Possession of drugs without a valid prescription shoplifting $1,000 or less Possession of a schedule ii controlled substance posses Sion with intent to distribute cocaine Possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine Jeremy Lee Golding 34 disorderly conduct Gross intoxication Possession of marijuana More than first Antonio Morales 21 fugitive from Justice Semi Nole county Florida Robin Amanda Grogg 31 Possession of less than 1 Gram of methamphetamine or cocaine base first offence Ciara Dawn Haworth 27 Domestic violence third degree Jessica Lorraine Nadzan 23 Possession of less than 1 Gram of methamphetamine or cocaine base first offence simple Possession of Mari Juana false information to a Public safety officer pos session of other controlled substance first offence Matthew Scott Wilkin 41 Possession of less than 1 Gram of methamphetamine or cocaine Terrance Yarnell wide Man 37 family court Bench warrant failure to pay Harold Matthew Mcfad Den 29 trafficking in methamphetamine or cocaine base 400 Grams or More William Lamont Scurry 41 family court Bench warrant failure to pay Dennis James Epperly sr., 54 driving under suspension first offence commit ment Nicole Renee Rinker 26 failure to pay per order family court Bench warrant Possession of less than 1 Gram of methamphetamine or cocaine shoplifting third offence value $2,000 or less Joe l. Green 63 Finan Cial transaction card fraud Patrick Leroy William son 24 assault and Bat Tery third degree James Lorenzo Edwards 22 Domestic violence third degree Brandon Lydell Turner 31 malicious injury to real property $1,000 or less As Sault and Battery third degree Christopher Patton new Ell 35 driving under sus pension third offence Bench warrant false information Bench warrant operating an uninsured vehicle Bench warrant Coretta Louis Cheatham 46 forgery value less than $10,0000 by will Whaley the Deputy who reportedly witnessed a fatal saturday shooting in North Augusta is on leave following the incident. According to Aiken county sheriffs capt. Eric Abdullah Aiken county sheriffs Dep Uty Matthew Murphy is on paid leave for personal time and is expected to return to work Friday. Murphy was present when another Aiken county Sher Iffus office Deputy Matthew Blakley fatally shot his wife Candace according to Inci Dent reports. Blakley told police the shooting was an Accident and he was charged with involuntary manslaughter. Murphy told officers he at tempted Chest compressions on Candace according to reports. The victim was found in the Bath tub of the Coulter Avenue Home and an m-4 Rifle and a Shell casing were found on the bathroom floor along with a broken wedding band according to reports. The South Carolina state Law enforcement division still is investigating the Case. Blakley was employed by the sheriffs office in november 2014 and was at tending the South Carolina criminal Justice Academy according to a press release. Deputy witness in fatal shooting will return to work on Friday crime news in Brief Aiken Man faces Strong Arm robbery charges an Aiken Man is facing Strong Arm robbery charges after an incident at a store on Richland Avenue on tuesday. Bernard Scrivens 34, was arrested by Aiken department of Public safety officers after they responded to the scene at 11 30 . A female victim told officers a Man walked past her car As she was getting ready to leave the store according to reports. The Man grabbed her purse and attempted to take it As soon As he got close enough to the victim police said. The woman said she screamed and attempted to fight off the Man said police. The purse strap broke Dur ing the fight. The Man struck the woman in the face and began dragging her across the pavement said police. The Man then jumped into a Cadillac nearby and drove away according to reports. The suspect was later arrested and transported to the Aiken county detention Center where he remained wednesday. Scrivens police Man charged in Aiken assault a Salley Man was charged in a monday afternoon As Sault. Aiken department of pub Lic safety officers arrested Patrick Williamson 24, after responding to Brandt court at 12 34 . Where a female victim said Williamson at tacked her at her apartment police said. The woman said a Friend of the subject was at her apart ment and Williamson was in the Back of the Home Accord ing to reports. She said Williamson started arguing with her and she told him to leave. Williamson then punched her in the face with a closed fist and pulled her by her hair police said. Police made Contact with Williamson who left the scene and arrested him for assault and Battery in the third degree according to reports. Williamson told police he was at the to mans apartment because he was on his lunch break and needed to use the restroom police said. He denied punching her in the face but did state he snatched at her hair Accord ing to reports. Williamson was transported to the Aiken county detention Center and was later released. Blotter according to Aiken county sheriffs office an Aiken woman reported tuesday her Home on South Boundary Avenue had been broken into. The Home had been trashed and items were missing. A Warrenville Man reported tuesday his Home on Sweet Bay Circle had been broken into and a gun was missing. An Aiken woman was placed on trespass notice tuesday after trying to steal Beer from a store on Hampton Avenue. Officers responded tuesday to a report that a vehicle had been stolen from a Granite Ville business on Marshall Street. A Clearwater Man reported wednesday his vehicle on Church Street had been stolen. An Aiken Man reported wednesday his Home on Missy Lane had been broken into and items were missing. A North Augusta Man re ported tuesday the License plate from his vehicle on Edgefield Road had been stolen. A North Augusta woman reported tuesday her vehicle parked on Lehigh Avenue was missing the car Battery. Officers responded tuesday to an Aiken business owner on Good Springs Road who said a tractor was stolen from his business. According to Aiken depart ment of Public safety a woman reported tuesday that a Man repeatedly leaves notes at her residence on Holly Ridge Road. She told officers this has been going on for two weeks. A woman reported tuesday her Wallet was stolen while she was working on Richland Avenue. A Man reported tuesday his vehicle on Homestead Road had been broken into and a Machete was stolen. A woman reported tuesday three social Security cards and three birth certificates were stolen from her Home on Harald Lane. A woman was detained tuesday for shoplifting shoes from a store on whiskey Road. Three cars were broken into on Boardman Road on tuesday. One car was stolen and the other two had guns stolen from them. A Man reported monday his vehicle was stolen from his Home on whiskey Road. Sweet Tea lectures begin on june 25 the inaugural Sweet Tea Book lecture series will be held at 7 . June 25 at the Aiken county historical museum 433 Newberry St. . Mem Bers of the Aiken scribblers a group of local writers will talk about their nights of horse play anthology. The anthology takes a look at the secret lives of Aikens horse statues. For More information Call 803 642-2015 local news in Brief staff reports the Aiken department of Public safety is requesting help in identifying individuals suspected of using cloned credit cards. On june 12, the suspects used cloned credit cards to make purchases throughout the City of Aiken officials said in a press release. Among the purchases were numerous gift cards. A cloned credit card stores card number and cardholder information from a compromised credit card officials said. Anyone with information is asked to Call crime Stop pers of the midlands at 888-crime-sc 888-274 6372. Callers will remain Anonymous and May be Eli Gible for a Cash Reward of up to $1,000. Public safety seeks id of individuals suspected of using cloned credit cards photos Courtesy of Aiken department of Public safety do you know these individuals anyone with information should Call crime stoppers of the midlands at 888-274-6372. Rachel Dentremont owner photographic inventories of Homes and Small businesses Aiken so 803.508.4744 wow. a s 06 -1 33 08 31 a s 06 -1 33 08 31 a s 06 -1 33 08 31 a s 06 -1 33 08 31 Why a vent you prepared an inventory of your personal property too Busy 7 convenient locations 2 in Aiken county 27 family physicians evening appointments weekend acute care most health insurance plans accepted a s 05 -1 30 65 59 a s 05 -1 30 65 59 a s 05 -1 30 65 59 a s 05 -1 30 65 59 Aiken standard4a thursday june 18, 2015 edited by Shana Donahue

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