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Convicted stalker accused of stalking again in Augusta

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A man who has a history of stalking and impersonating law enforcement is back in jail on new charges.

Wycliffee D. Capps, 49, was arrested Saturday, May 28, by Richmond County Sheriff’s Office on a new charge of aggravated stalking. He is currently in jail without bond.

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  1. Good work by the deputy.
    There’s an app, called Nextdoor, that is for people in neighborhoods to post various things, one of which is posting about odd or suspicious behavior seen in their neighborhoods. This is the type of thing that people should not only post on the site to alert their neighbors, but also the type of thing you should call the police about. Let them check it out. It may be nothing, or it may be something.

    • I have that app and you wouldn’t believe how many people trash you for reporting suspicious people in your neighborhood..I’ve pulled down posts because I got tired of being called names just for reporting someone in my neighborhood at 5am when we have had car break ins and car thefts.

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