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Slaying suspect sought

Thursday, June 16, 2011 11:35 PM
Last updated Saturday, June 18, 2011 1:30 AM
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Rodriquez Dontrey Dunn, also known as Trey Dunn, is wanted in Thursday's shooting death of 32-year-old Marquette Maurice Woods on Aragon Drive, the Richmond County Sheriff's Office said. Investigators plan to charge him with murder and armed robbery.

Dunn  Richmond County Sheriff's Office photo
Richmond County Sheriff's Office photo
Dunn

Dunn and two other men, who have yet to be identified, are also linked to the shooting injury of another man around 7:30 p.m. in the 400 block of Forsythe Street, investigators said.

At 9:41 p.m. Thursday, police received a call about a shooting in the 200 block of Aragon Drive in south Augusta, sheriff's Capt. Scott Peebles wrote in an e-mail Friday. Officers found Woods with at least one gunshot wound. He was taken to Medical College of Georgia Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Peebles said Woods was visiting a friend down the street from his home on Aragon Drive at the time of the shooting.

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chadwick323i
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chadwick323i 06/17/11 - 07:33 am
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How many homicides that is

How many homicides that is now? I lost count.

stillamazed
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stillamazed 06/17/11 - 08:05 am
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I have lost count also.....it

I have lost count also.....it just keeps happening day after day.

raul
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raul 06/17/11 - 08:22 am
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I am thinking..10? And on it

I am thinking..10? And on it goes.

Crime Reports and Rewards TV
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Crime Reports and Rewards TV 06/17/11 - 10:30 am
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Every weapon in every

Every weapon in every homicide we studied was obtained illegally. The most the gun laws infringing on our right to defend ourselves is doing is giving the criminals a mostly unarmed populace to prey on until they can graduate to cop killers.

If i was a cop i would want the law abiding public to be able to take out some of the hoards of criminals our Humanist religion preaching public school system is mass producing before they shoot me too.

Iwannakno
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Iwannakno 06/17/11 - 11:55 am
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Well at least we have tons of
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Well at least we have tons of businesses coming to the area...

ImPOed
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ImPOed 06/17/11 - 12:59 pm
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The language, how many ____

The language, how many ____ that is now! Wow!
Crime Labs where did you get your facts of all these guns are illegal. That is not true. They don't want you to know but most of the guns that have been used may not have been illegal. Other than people that witness the crime the bullets also lead the police to who owns a weapon. Many weapons are stolen and used in crimes and in the last couple years a few pawn shops were broken into and those guns may have been used in crimes. The truth of the matter the police are not saying the guns are legal or illegal. But I put money that those guns are registered to someone and were stolen or as they say borrowed with or without the owners approval. People still screaming for gun laws. They won't help what's going on. Its the communities, the people in those communities that will bring these crimes to a halt by talking to the authorities. Until we have some honor in our system and people have faith that they are going to get them off the street we are always going to have crime(s). Many of these guns are traceable because they came from individuals that registered those guns. One way for them to get caught. Yes, it is illegal but from a different perspective. It's not like it came from Mexico or something.

AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 06/17/11 - 02:24 pm
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Hyde Park.

Hyde Park.

wondersnevercease
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wondersnevercease 06/17/11 - 03:08 pm
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not "cool"
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not "cool"

Crime Reports and Rewards TV
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Crime Reports and Rewards TV 06/17/11 - 04:44 pm
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ImPOed; Which case was the

ImPOed; Which case was the one where the legally purchased gun was used by the person who bought it legally to murder someone here in Augusta GA? We can't find it.

Riverman1
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Riverman1 06/17/11 - 04:36 pm
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There are a couple of

There are a couple of implications that come up here. Some say they are only druggies killing each other. Apologists for law enforcement, especially use that argument, but the same people have the idea all drug users should be arrested and put in prison. So do you just ignore the killings, yet catch the drug users?

corgimom
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corgimom 06/17/11 - 04:45 pm
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CR&R, there is nothing in

CR&R, there is nothing in that story to suggest that the victim was unarmed.

The vast majority of homicide victims know their killer. To incite people, create baseless fears and suggest that everyone arm themselves against nameless, faceless killers is irresponsible at best and just plain wrong.

I don't know what homicides you "examined", but in the CSRA, most homicides are drug-related- and believe me, those people have access to guns. And yes, most of them are obtained illegally- because the drug trade in itself is illegal, why would you think that someone commits illegal acts and then says "But hey, I'm going to make darn sure that my gun is legally purchased"?

Illegally purchased, legally purchased, doesn't matter, death is death.

corgimom
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corgimom 06/17/11 - 05:01 pm
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But at least they have a

But at least they have a nice, recent shot of Rodriquez- he was arrested and photographed May 25, 2011.

http://www.lookwhogotbusted.com/augusta-ga/dunn-rodriquez-dontrey

Nothing says "I'm living a great life" like dressing in a $2.00 white T-shirt.

hounddog
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hounddog 06/17/11 - 06:54 pm
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Why are black leaders and the
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Why are black leaders and the black churches ignoring the very serious problem with young black males robbing and killing?

AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 06/17/11 - 09:01 pm
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The white t-shirts are a gang

The white t-shirts are a gang symbol. They even had a rap song out about it.

fatboyhog
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fatboyhog 06/17/11 - 11:11 pm
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We need to put these animals

We need to put these animals down.

da-realist
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da-realist 06/18/11 - 10:03 am
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@autumn leaves,Realllly.....

@autumn leaves,Realllly..... White t shirts are gang attire.wow ,I've heard it all. I'm sure you've also got that song on cd as well. The elite crowd has struck again. I'm 36 years old and hold a professional license and I throw on a white t shirt every now and again. Hope they don't say I'm affiliated....wooosaaaaaa.

WW1949
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WW1949 06/18/11 - 10:59 am
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Sometimes I wear a green one,

Sometimes I wear a green one, red one or a blue one but I have a white one on now with a pocket. Not in a gang either. They are just nice to wear around the house or work in the yard. On another note, if drug people want to shoot and kill each other so what. I would not miss any one of them and neither would the good lawabiding citizens.

misopritty81
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misopritty81 06/20/11 - 11:53 am
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Marquette "Dilly" was a real

Marquette "Dilly" was a real person with real thoughts, plans, and dreams. I happen to be a "good lawabiding citizen" and I will miss him.Some of you say these "animals" need too be put down. He was a human being just like you. Regardless of mistakes or bad decisions. Shame on you for being so insensitive to the friends, family, community that knew and cared for him that might come across these comments. RIP Dilly. i knew you only a short time, but u r still missed greatly.

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