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Aiken deputy will be cleared after killing unarmed man, solicitor says

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An Aiken County deputy made a clean shot in May when he killed an unarmed biker after a lengthy chase across two states, Solicitor Bill Weeks said this week.

Deputy Christopher Owens will be cleared in the May 21 shooting death of 58-year-old Arthur C. Page II after the county’s chief prosecutor...

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  1. Kinda hard to find sympathy for known criminals that do stupid things. My sympathy goes out to the deputy that had to make a split second life or death decision and will need counseling for the rest of his life. Don’t run from the police and don’t raise your hand in a threatening manner once you’ve committed a slew of felonies 🤷‍♂️

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