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Augusta Mom Regrets Calling Sheriff’s Office for Help with Son’s Mental Health Crisis



Augusta mom Lasonya Grandstaff talks about her son’s arrest on two felonies after she called for help with a mental health crisis and getting him to the doctor. She says she wishes she had never called the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.

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