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RCSO: Joe’s Underground Worker Stabs Man in Downtown Augusta

Warren Hills

An employee of Joe’s Underground has been charged with repeatedly stabbing a man in downtown Augusta early Friday following an argument that started outside the bar, according to authorities. Warren Hills, 31, was charged Friday with aggravated assault and weapon possession. (UPDATED STORY: http://augustacrime.com/joes-underground-owner-stabbing-should-not-reflect-on-downtown-safety/) Just after 3 a.m. Friday, an argument ...

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Trenton Man Hangs Himself in Aiken County Jail


A Trenton man was found hanged in the Aiken County Jail on Tuesday night, authorities said. Adam Crow, 36, was discovered hanged in his cell Tuesday night. He had been booked earlier in the day for DUI 3rd and various other charges after his arrest by the S.C. Highway Patrol. ...

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Grovetown High Senior Threatens to Shoot Up Graduation

Parker, Dejon

A Grovetown High senior was arrested last week after threatening to “shoot up the school” when a teacher asked him if he was looking forward to graduation. De’jon Parker, 18, was charged last Thursday with terroristic threats and acts. It was first thing in the morning when Parker stopped by the ...

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Surprise! Augusta Killer Has a Long Rap Sheet & Little Prison Time

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Is another victim dead in Augusta because our justice system won’t hold drug dealers and repeat offenders accountable with serious prison time? It sure looks that way. On Monday, Richmond County authorities announced the arrest of 31-year-old Rodney “Red” Ivey in the murder of 82-year-old Armand Peck. The death was ...

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