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Augusta boy, 13, is arrested in GameStop armed robbery



Richmond County authorities arrested a 13-year-old boy on Sunday in the armed robbery at the GameStop.

On Monday morning, authorities released the mugshot of Bryson Walker and said they had charged the juvenile as an adult with armed robbery.

On Saturday, the teen allegedly went into the gami...

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  1. Thirteen DAMN years old, with a DAMN GUN ??!! Beat him, until he gives up his gun supplier. Arrest the suppliers as an accessory. Pop them both in jail for about five years. Tell “my dude” if he so much as sneezes for the rest of his life, he heads straight to a Super-Max for the rest of his days, which probably won’t be many. Sadly, his momma already knows she did a piss-poor job, raising her son. ONE CHANCE.

  2. I’m just glad someone didn’t get hurt..what if a police officer or concealed carry person was in that store? I can’t imagine anyone shooting a armed robbery that turns out to be 13 and having to live with that. Also? Throw the book at him..I’m sure this is t his first brush with the law..

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