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

WARREN HILLSAn 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.

Just after 3 a.m. Friday, an argument started at the front of Joe’s Underground on Broad Street and continued to the SunTrust Bank sidewalk, where Hills allegedly stabbed the victim, whose name has not been released by authorities.
“The victim was transported to AUMC  and is undergoing treatment for his serious injuries,” a press release said.
Authorities say Hills was working at Joe’s Underground. A motive of the stabbing is unknown.
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  • Frank Parrish

    Why shouldn’t it reflect Joe’s are down town? Its getting to where its not safe and people should know. Maybe you should look into hiring security.

  • Bill Garr

    Basically down town is fairly safe, most of the problems are caused by the drugs(dumb ass people that buy them ,& sell them). Get rid of those 2 problems and crime will gradually deflate its self. Hiring extra security is one way but only a band aid to a much bigger problem. R.C.P.D. you need to step up your game .