Robbery reported at Augusta motel

Sunday, June 6, 2010 7:41 PM
Last updated 9:24 PM
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An Augusta man said he was robbed after going to a room at Augusta Lodge, 1520 Gordon Highway, about 10:30 p.m. Saturday with two men he knew only as "Bobo" and "Chief."

Upon entering the room, the victim said, two other men who were inside pointed guns at him and demanded his wallet and cash.

The men, who had their faces covered with white T-shirts, fled in a gold Toyota Camry, the victim told Richmond County law enforcement.

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Indigo
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Indigo 06/06/10 - 08:42 pm
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Funny, folks get robbed the

Funny, folks get robbed the week of the Masters in every hotel in the area!

Dixieman
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Dixieman 06/06/10 - 08:43 pm
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If my friends were named

If my friends were named "Bobo" and "Chief," and I agreed to go into a room in a motel on the Gordon Highway at night, I think I would get robbed too. Duh!

disssman
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disssman 06/06/10 - 08:57 pm
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Aren't Bobo and Chief members

Aren't Bobo and Chief members of the commission? Sure sounds like some elected officials to me. Isn't that how rednecks refer to politicians they are going to vote for?

Emerydan
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Emerydan 06/06/10 - 09:57 pm
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Corgi.. me thinks it was some

Corgi.. me thinks it was some kind of other "deal".. and BoBo and Chief sound like members of The Village People

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