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A previous decade in jail didn’t deter armed robbery suspect



An Augusta man, who spent 10 years in prison for armed robbery, was free less than three years before he allegedly committed another armed robbery.

Uriah D. Sterling, 30, was back in Richmond County Superior Court Tuesday, Aug. 16. In August 2010, Sterling pleaded guilty in the same court to arm...

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  1. You mean a gun law didn’t deter this convicted felon? Probation with the threat of more prison time didn’t deter this lifelong criminal? 10 years only means 3 years? Is this common core sentencing? This, people, is why gun laws don’t work. Criminals do not follow laws. Only law abiding citizens follow laws…

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