Crime, law and justice, and police blotter near Augusta, GA or anywhere in the US.
Recent Crime News
Tuesday Mar 4 | via News 12 WRDW
A burglar breaks into a home, ransacks this place, but takes a time out from his crime to relax and have dinner. Comment?
Monday Mar 3 | via The Campbell Reporter
Thomas Barrett, destitute and living primarily off food stamps, was arrested in 2012 for stealing a can of beer valued at $2 and was sentenced to probation with Sentinel Offender Services, a for-profit firm. Comment?
Monday Mar 3 | via The Times-Herald
Members of the American Postal Workers Union and community activists will picket an Atlanta Staples store during the lunch hour on Tuesday, March 4. Atlanta is serving as a test market for a scheme to move postal services into Staples stores which could lead to the closure of neighborhood post offices. Comment?
Sunday Mar 2 | via WRDW-TV Augusta
An Augusta business owner is suing a GRU police officer and his bosses after being tased during a traffic stop. Comment?
Thursday Feb 27 | via WRDW-TV Augusta
Richmond County Sheriff's office is investigating a shooting and armed robbery that took place around 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Comment?
Monday Feb 24 | via News 12 WRDW
A GRU student is in the hospital after officers say he attempted to run over a GRU Public Safety Officer. Comment?
Sunday Feb 23 | via MyFoxAtlanta
Some metro Atlanta residents say they're concerned that legislation to allow grocery stores to sell unprocessed milk will force regulations on farmers and compromise relationships they have with customers. Comment?
Friday Feb 21 | via WRDW-TV Augusta
Dominique Sullivan, 20, plead not guilty after the Richmond County Sheriff's Office said he accidentally shot and killed his friend. Comment?