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Teen’s escape attempt fails



A teen’s attempt to avoid going to jail didn't go so well Monday.

Chandley D. Roney, 17, had been free on bond in an aggravated assault case until Monday, Sept. 26, when Judge Amanda Heath revoked the bond.

Roney had been cooperating with the sheriff’s officer working security in Richmond Cou...

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  1. This apparently illegally carrying firearm felon, just vacated his “Not Guilty” plea. His defense attorney no longer has ANY case to plead. With bond revoked due to not following the bond agreement, and attempted escape, this felon’s driveway. does not go all the way to the street. He SHOULD be going to jail, BUT this IS Richmond County we are talking about here.

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