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Attorney General holds meeting to fight area gang activity

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Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr hosted a meeting for the Georgia Anti-Gang Network at the Columbia County Board of Education building Tuesday, July 12.

Columbia County District Attorney Bobby Christine, South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson, Augusta District Attorney Jared Williams and...

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  1. Surely Richmond County citizens, especially those who read this publication, wish to know if they were represented, and if so, by whom. Why does article not mention? Richmond Co. Likely has multiply times the gang activity found in Columbia Co.

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