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Augusta man arrested after pursuit in Grovetown



An Augusta man was arrested Thursday after a brief pursuit in Grovetown.

Grovetown Police Department Sgt. Carroll attempted to stop a vehicle on Katherine Street at Old Wrightsboro Road for an expired tag and no insurance.

Lennie Fraizer, the driver, initially indicated he would pull over bef...

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  1. Not that I have any sympathy for perps that run from the police but that method of restraint pictured above doesn’t look very comfortable. I know ALL the cops in the US use that: hands cuffed behind the back, placed in the back seat, but are they TRYING to aggravate people? It seems to work (the aggravation part of it) from all the cop videos I see on YT.

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