Copper stolen from new judicial center site

Workers at the site of the new Augusta Judicial Center reported Monday that thieves stole two rolls of copper wiring from a storeroom on the Ninth Street property.

A Richmond County sheriff’s report states that the items were taken from the second floor and that an electrician said the room was not secured because it’s a storage and workroom for employees.

The more than 500 feet of wiring is valued at $190, the report stated.



Sun, 10/22/2017 - 00:18

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