A Kings Road man said a phone call and then gunshots woke him up just before 4 a.m. Tuesday, according to a sheriff’s office incident report.
He said someone fired two shots into his home through his front door.
One of the bullets traveled through the living room wall and lodged in his refrigerator.
The man wasn’t injured.
The incident remains under investigation.
In other reports:
- Deputies arrested a Monroe, N.C. woman after she refused to remove herself from atop a doctor’s vehicle at the Regional Medical Center on Monday afternoon, according to a sheriff’s office incident report.
A security officer reported that a woman was being loud and disruptive in the emergency room. She then left the emergency room and walked into the physicians’ parking lot where she climbed on top of a vehicle, the report said.
Deputies said they arrested the woman from atop the vehicle and placed her in handcuffs.
Emergency room doctors evaluated her and determined she should be committed for a psychiatric evaluation.
Deputies did not charge the woman with public disorderly conduct so that she could receive medical treatment for her issues rather than go to jail, the incident report states.
- Several vehicles used for construction work were stolen in Springfield and recovered in Salley.
Deputies responded to a Springfield Road worksite on Monday morning where the following vehicles were stolen from a secured area: a 2014 dark blue Cushman buggy; a 2016 dark blue Cushman buggy; a 2013 orange, white and black Bobcat and a laptop computer.
The complainant reported that one of the vehicles was equipped with GPS tracking and showed it was on Whisper Lane in Salley.
The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office located the three stolen vehicles there.
The value of the stolen items is $44,700.
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A Harris Street man reported Monday that someone broke into his apartment and stole several firearms and ammunition while he was at work.
He reported the following items stolen: a black Palmetto State Armory AR 15, a black Springfield XD, a silver Smith & Wesson, a black Taurus PT111, four boxes of .22-caliber Browning rounds, two boxes of .40-caliber Remington rounds, three boxes of .9 mm Perfecta rounds and one box of .22-caliber Remington rounds.
The stolen items are valued at $2,000.