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They Agreed to Meet for a Cell Phone Purchase. Instead, He Robbed Them.


Cops say he robbed people who thought they were meeting for a cell phone purchase.

Jacquez Theondre Bolden, 21, of Augusta, is wanted for several robberies that have occurred during prearranged cell phone purchases over the past couple weeks. A Wanted Poster says he is being sought for “robbery by sudden snatching.”

Cover Issue 828For more crime news, pick up this week’s copy of The Jail Report, which includes the latest on the Flea Market busts in Augusta and a possible hate crime at Greenbrier High School.

Richmond County authorities are asking for your help in locating him. Please call Investigator Bert Gates, or any Violent Crimes Investigator at the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office, at 706-821-1020 or 821-1080. All callers can remain anonymous.

J BoldenBolden (shown at right in an earlier mugshot) has a history of local arrests in his young life.

He was arrested in 2014 for disrupting public schools, and was sentenced to 12 months in prison for that offense.

Bolden was also arrested for theft by receiving stolen property in 2015 and was granted three years of probation.

Here are more photos of Bolden form his Facebook page, which continued to show new material today.Bolden1

His Facebook profile says he went to T.W. Joey High School, but that he “Studied at Counting Money.”BOlden6


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Greg Rickabaugh
Greg Rickabaugh
Greg Rickabaugh is an award-winning crime reporter in the Augusta-Aiken area with experience writing for The Augusta Chronicle, The Augusta Press and serving as publisher of The Jail Report. Rickabaugh is a 1994 graduate of the University of South Carolina and has appeared on several crime documentaries on the Investigation Discovery channel.


  1. so Richmond county y’all know this puke’s M.O. now set his, I ‘s too lazy to work fors’ whats’ I wants’ sorry a$$ hole up , before someone is hurt by this low life slug sh*t . 12 month didn’t seem to shake him up too bad ,then receives stolen property (I know, he didn’t know ,right ?) and given probation no wonder he and others do this kind of shi?. time to get rough with them , but no again some lawyer , judge felt its far better to probate’ and keep the space open for more serious felons , bull crackers ! ! so they sleep on pallets , eat crappy food ,when the punishment dolled out is far greater than the gain could be our society will start to see a decline in unwanted behavior . I won’t be a holdin’ my breath ! ! !

    • None of that will happen, Bill…except the fact that his thuggery will increase until someone is seriously injured or killed. Been to jury duty lately in Richmond County? Backed up down the street with low life, system suckers…most of it stupid stuff that they could just throw some community service (hard core clean up on this nasty, weed and trash choked city) at and attack the real criminals with real justice. Fat and lazy deputies arresting everything and getting nowhere with a court system ran by rednecks and chronically iq challenged.

      • Jack, you spoiled my day, ! ! Have to agree with ya though, I get tired of hearing about how some low life committed a horrible crime against an innocent person only to find out IT was let out of IT’S cage too early ! ! Give the deputies a little credit they are getting the manure of the streets, like you stated its the court system & the lawyers screwing things up. I liked the ” chronically iq ” challenged statement , bad thing about it ,its really contagious though…..

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