News |   Obits |   Sports |   Business |   Opinion |   Things to Do |   Life |   Blogs |   Photos |   Video |   Data |   Jobs |   Homes |   Autos |   Buy/Sell


Waynesboro reserve police officer dies in wreck

Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012 6:00 PM
Last updated 8:48 PM
  • Follow Latest News

A civilian reserve police officer for the Waynesboro, Ga., Police Department was killed in a car accident Wednesday morning.

Raymond Bosher, 65, was driving on Drone Road when he turned left on Georgia Highway 24 into the path of an 18-wheeler logging truck. The accident occurred about 8 a.m., according to a news release from Waynesboro Police Chief Alfonzo Williams.

Bosher was a retired Springfield, S.C., police chief. He joined the Waynesboro police as a reserve officer in 2008 and worked as a gunsmith for the Burke County Sheriff’s Office.

Comments (2) Add comment
ADVISORY: Users are solely responsible for opinions they post here and for following agreed-upon rules of civility. Posts and comments do not reflect the views of this site. Posts and comments are automatically checked for inappropriate language, but readers might find some comments offensive or inaccurate. If you believe a comment violates our rules, click the "Flag as offensive" link below the comment.
Riverman1
79686
Points
Riverman1 02/03/12 - 04:53 am
0
0
The original article said he

The original article said he was the former police chief of North Charleston, SC. I wondered about that.

Joni54
0
Points
Joni54 02/05/12 - 04:06 pm
0
0
It may of been the officers

It may of been the officers fault for the accident but those logging trucks drive way to fast on the roads around here. We travel Hwy 56 all the time an they are always speeding an will drive in the left hand lanes even going up hill. You have to dodge the debre that falls from there trucks as well. Seems like there has been a lot of deaths lately involving those logging trucks. :(

Back to Top

Top headlines

Property tax jump OK'd

Augusta commissioners broke a seven-year trend Wednesday and agreed 7-0 to raise property taxes by 1.75 mills to cover a deficit and provide employees a small bonus.
Search Augusta jobs