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911 calls of domestic violence at prosecutor’s Augusta home released



Although the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office is still refusing to release any information about the family violence call at the home of Chief Assistant Solicitor Geoffrey Alls, The Augusta Press has obtained the 911 call placed on behalf of Alls’ wife last month.

Sheriff officers were sent to t...

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  1. Did it strike anyone on the length of time it actually took to complete the call? If someone was breaking in to your house how would you feel? That is why people must be ARMED. By the time the police gets there it is too late.

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