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Sheriff’s office responds to Augusta Mall shooting rumor



The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office responded to rumors Monday about a shooting at Augusta Mall.

Richmond County Sheriff Office deputy Ananias Reese responded to a call in reference to possible gun shots at 2:03 p.m. Sunday at the mall.

“Upon arrival, I entered the mall and spoke with securi...

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  1. There are people seeming to want to minimize this event by saying there were no shots fired. Wow! So just because 4 to 6 pounds of pressure was not put on the trigger, folks are supposed to say that’s just an over reaction to the event. What about a parent with small children being there and people driving and running for cover? I don’t know. Yep! Just an over reaction.

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