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Murders Unsolved in Augusta: James Bartell Smiley III

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Augusta resident James Bartell Smiley III was gunned down in broad daylight in January 2017. His case remains unsolved.

The victim's family the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office has allowed the case to go cold, showing no intention to solve the brazen shooting and to help bring the family closur...

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  1. Where are the answers for this family? Where is the justice for this family? Where is the killer of this young man? Where is the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office as citizens cry out for help? This is outrageous! Not only should the murder be investigated – sounds to me like the investigators need to be investigated as well. I am hoping for an update soon

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