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Police custody death turned over to District Attorney

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The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has turned the matter involving the death of Jermaine Jones Jr., 24, over to Augusta District Attorney Jared Williams.

Jones, Jr. died while in police custody.

Williams confirmed the case has been turned over to his office but declined to comment, stating ...

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  1. According to Jones’ family, Jones may have been a victim of police brutality..or he could have been a felon in possession of a weapon and a crack pipe..who knows? The fact that he told his dad he was going to run tells me that he knew he would be going to prison. Now if you can show us where he was brutalized? I’ll stand right up and ask for firings and prosecution…so far it just looks like a felon fleeing and being tased and hitting his head..btw some brain injuries don’t show up until hours later…

      • Hahaha a fleeing felon is always in the wrong..reread my comment..I said show show me evidence it was police brutality and I would stand up and yell for prosecution. You’ve seen no more than I have and yet you think your opinion trumps mine…

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