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Bond denied in Augusta child molestation case



A man who allegedly told the mother of a 7-year-old that her daughter enjoyed sex was denied bond Wednesday, Aug. 17.

Robert Davis, 49, has pleaded not guilty in Richmond County Superior Court to a charge of aggravated child molestation. He has the support of his family and friends, a job, and a...

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  1. Good call, Judge Wright. Sadly, this whole crock centers around the mom’s drug abuse. Davis apparently provided money or drugs, and mom was unaware, BUT was so whacked, that she could not believe her young daughter. Davis should be in jail for a long time. Mom should be convicted as an accessory, after she completes her “dry-out”. Sadly, the young child has years of therapy ahead of her. YES, a grown man showering with a seven year-old is wrong, and sick.

  2. Mom holds responiblity in this matter also. Hopefully after drying out she to will get whats coming. This all could have been avoided had mom been trying care of her child. Instead the high was more important.

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