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Long-Term Investigation into Gang Activity Brings Arrests in Richmond County

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During a news conference at the RCSO South Precinct on Friday, July 23, Richmond County Sheriff Richard Roundtree announced the culmination of a gang investigation that began in January 2018.

The sheriff said the investigation targeted an illegal street gang known as the Ghostface Gangsters.

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    • Not trying to make light of this bust or the cartoonish sounding Ghostface Gangsters, but if this is the best a white supremacy group can bring to the table, I believe their quest is short lived..

  1. Congratulations Sheriff Roundtree and all his law enforcement team who took down this despicable group in low life criminals. Makes me proud of Augusta while other cities like Wash DC broil out of control we have police who are getting the job done.

  2. Congratulations RCSO for this achievement. Wondering what specific crimes these low life people have committed…does anybody know ? Can Press find out and let us know ? What is the criminal activity to which Sheriff is referring ?

  3. Looking at their sunken faces, crappy complexions, skanky hair, missing teeth, and black bags under their eyes, it’s a sure bet they were charged with possession of, and intent to distribute, methamphetamine. Another sure bet is possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Maybe possession of ugly tattoos.

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