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Bond denied to Augusta man accused of aggravated assault on sheriff’s deputy



An Augusta man accused of aggravated assault after a sheriff’s deputy was seriously injured when he was dragged by the man’s vehicle was denied bond Monday, May 23.

Kaylon Smith, 31, has been held in jail without bond since his Sept. 2, 2020, arrest. He has pleaded not guilty in Richmond County ...

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