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Murder charge downgraded to exploitation of disabled in unlicensed personal care home case



The owner of Augusta personal care homes, including an allegedly unlicensed home where a severely disabled man died, pleaded not guilty Friday, March 18 to a new indictment.

Beverly Ann Webb, 62, had been indicted on a charge of murder in Richmond County Superior Court, but that case was dismiss...

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  1. Sure sounds like she murdered that poor man! If the DA is trying to lessen the charge from MURDER he should just charge her for leaving the door unlocked. Let her pay a fine of $50 and go on to find the next group of invalids she can take advantage of and kill, um, I mean, exploit. Hopefully, one day, she’ll be one of those folks.

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