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Bond revoked in Augusta aggravated assault case after arrest on new charges



A judge revoked bond Wednesday, Aug. 17, that was set for a 19-year-old who in addition to charges of aggravated assault on police officers now also faces an armed robbery charge.

Nathaniel Rogers was granted bond in Richmond County Superior Court for the aggravated assault case. His compliance ...

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  1. He can get a new job in the prison laundry. To think that this miscreant had a job that may have put in him contact with the public or allowed him to select his next victim or target is disturbing.

  2. Good call Judge Wright. After this felon failed to charge up his “ankle bling” the second time, he should’ve been back in custody. You know he remembers to charge his cell-phone. Find the gun supplier as well, and charge them as an accessory. We HAVE to shutdown this access to firearms by felons.

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