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Augusta Mayoral Candidate Tased And Arrested in Incident At Gas Station



Brian Andre Marcus, 47, of Augusta, was arrested July 19 on charges of felony obstruction, according to a sheriff's report.

A Richmond County Sheriff's deputy received lacerations on his face, a swollen eye and injuries to both elbows during a struggle with an Augusta mayoral candidate at a Circ...

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  1. The truly amazing part of all this is the number of people who would vote for him if he actually runs. How he would handle some of the contentious commission meetings could be really entertaining.

  2. Just when you think politics and government in Augusta-Richmond County cannot get worse, another rabbit gets pulled out of the hat. If there is online betting for the next mayoral election, bet the farm on this guy. He can and will use the campaign funds for his legal defense. Hoping Deputy Dailey recovers quickly and completely.

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