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Augusta man pleads in carjacking case



An Augusta man who took part in a carjacking and the theft of another vehicle pleaded guilty to reduced charges Tuesday, Oct. 25.

Unlike his codefendant, Carrington Greene Jr., 21, didn’t commit further crimes after his arrest. Greene got a break Tuesday in Richmond County Superior Court when at...

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  1. First Offender Act? Why not a Second Offender Act? Or how about a Tenth Offender Act? That would be a whole lot better. After 10 offenses, only then would jail time be warranted. The first 9 offenses we can put the defendant on probation. Since we are in the mood to put the rights of criminals ahead of their victims the Tenth Offender Act would be more appropriate. I’m calling my congressman now.

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