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Bond denied for man who allegedly shot at deputies during car chase



An Augusta man repeatedly involved in domestic violence incidents and who allegedly shot at two sheriff deputies during a police pursuit was denied bond Friday, May 27.

Olajuwon R. Williams, 24, was arrested on May 8 at the end of a high-speed pursuit in the late afternoon through south Augusta....

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  1. I think if we had “common sense” gun control laws, this guy would be a model citizen with a bright future…..not. I it encouraging to see that our local judges are bucking the current low or no bail trend that is vogue in large liberal cities. Did RCSO leave out possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, or was his first armed robbery conviction expunged under a first time offender deal?

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