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Video: RCSO Cop Stops by Ball Game & Does Something Unexpected

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The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office is earning praise for its community policing efforts after a local resident filmed a female deputy stopping by a church’s kickball game and joining in. Doug Stewart took a VIDEO (click here to view) of the unidentified deputy stopping by a kickball game during Vacation Bible School ...

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Gotcha! Evans Teens Grabbed Beer in 4 Circle K Stores & Ran Out!

Hunter Smith

Columbia County authorities have charged two local teenagers with a series of grab-and-dash beer thefts from Circle K convenience stores. Hunter Bryan Smith, 18, of Roxbury Drive, Evans, was arrested last Thursday and charged with four counts of shoplifting. A 15-year-old boy was also arrested and charged as a juvenile. ...

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Aiken Teen Uses Ketchup to Fake Suicide & Scare Parents

Tyler Redd

An 18-year-old Aiken man who was threatening to kill himself was found in the kitchen of his parents’ home Thursday night, lying on the floor covered with ketchup and holding a knife. Tyler Redd apparently wanted his parents to think he had tried to commit suicide, an Aiken County Sheriff’s ...

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Couple is Sneaky in Stealing Speaker from Grovetown Walmart


Do you recognize this couple? Columbia County authorities say they stole a UE Boom 2 Bluetooth speaker from the Grovetown Walmart. The theft was not on video. Store officials said the subjects walked to an area of the store that does not have video. A store employee says she could not stop them ...

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Wad of Counterfeits Used at CVS Pharmacy


Authorities need your help to identify a suspect who used 27 counterfeit bills at the CVS Pharmacy in Martinez. A manager said the man first came into the store last Monday and used a counterfeit $20 bill to buy a drink. Once the cashier accepted the bill, the same man ...

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3 Photos You Must See From Saturday’s Augusta March


A peaceful march in Augusta today against police brutality brought hundreds to the downtown area. But in light of the recent national events, three images taken by photographer Triston Bowie seemed to stand out. Bowie said he was on the only photographer around when a black protester suddenly left the ...

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