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Seven Augusta Murders Go Unsolved as Killings Keep Climbing

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As Jalen Parks’s family prepared to bury him on May 16, they looked up from the graveyard and saw that an airplane had created two hearts in the sky.

The pilot probably had no clue that he brought smiles to the grieving family as they honored Parks, an Augusta man who remains one of Richmond Cou...

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  1. The biggest shame is even though he is a very good man, Sheriff Roundtree was elected in 2012 to lesson crime and it seems to get worst the longer he is in office. I truly pray Augusta residents will stop putting people into office just because they are black, and start putting people into office who can get the job done on making Augusta Great Again.

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