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Bond denied for Augusta man facing sexual assault charges again



A 54-year-old Augusta man who has a history of sexual assaults and stands accused of rape will remain in jail pending possible indictment and trial.

At the conclusion of a Richmond County Superior Court bond hearing Friday, June 3, Chief Judge Daniel J. Craig denied bond for Gerald Wayne Smith b...

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  1. That’s my brother. How to get him mental health?Mental health provided in prison? No it’s not. Instead of putting him in prison, check his IQ. He has the mentality of of a 2nd grader. He needs to be put in an mental institution.

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