Woman robbed at apartment complex
A North Augusta woman was robbed at gunpoint July 16 as she got out of her vehicle at her apartment complex.
The victim said two men wearing masks and gloves approached her about 11 p.m. in the parking lot of Cameron Cove Apartments, 122 West Five Notch Road, wielding silver handguns, according to a North Augusta Public Safety incident report.
The men took her purse containing her driver’s license, Social Security card and debit card.
The suspects ran toward a wooded area, where police searched, using the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office K9 team, but were unable to locate them.
Vehicle stuck after mudding adventure
A 17-year-old received a citation for careless driving and a trespass notice after going mudding near Railroad Avenue and Center Street on July 15.
Stefan Anton Klepsch, of the 1800 block of Pisgah Drive, told the reporting officer that he was mudding and hit a log, then his vehicle became stuck, according to a North Augusta Public Safety incident report.
The teen attempted to get the vehicle out of the mud but ended up damaging it on the passenger side.
A tow service was called to remove the vehicle.
Officers arrest disorderly woman
North Augusta Public Safety was dispatched to Chalet North Court around 3:15 p.m. on July 11 regarding a 27-year-old woman breaking bottles and threatening people in the street.
When an officer arrived, Priscilla Ann Hazel, of Chalet North Court, was standing in the roadway with yogurt in her hair and on her clothes and groceries. Eggs and yogurt cups were scattered in the roadway, according to an incident report.
Hazel, who was crying, screamed obscenities and “was being very loud,” causing neighbors to come outside and watch.
She was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.