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Woman denied bond in slaying of Augusta neighbor



Bond was denied Thursday, April 14 for an Augusta woman accused of shooting a neighbor to death after an argument over a parking space.

Sarah Preddy, 25, was charged with murder after the March 24 fatal shooting of 60-year-old Shirley Bush.

During the Richmond County Superior Court bond hear...

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  1. While the outcome of this neighborly spat over a parking space cannot be justified it would be interesting to know what caused the rage that would send someone to get a gun. To politely ask someone to move their vehicle should not have led to this…

  2. One of the things we learned in my concealed carry class was so not insert yourself into argument if you are carrying a gun. It would be impossible to prove self defense unless you were physically attacked and even then it would be iffy because you went looking for trouble..

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