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50-inch TV stolen from Augusta home Saturday night

Sunday, Nov. 27, 2011 3:56 PM
Last updated 7:04 PM
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A 50-inch flat-screen TV was among items stolen from an Augusta home Saturday night, police said.

A Richmond County sheriff’s report says Eugene Harvey Hall, 54, of the 1900 block of Williams Drive, told deputies he found the rear window of his house busted in.

He said someone had stolen his TV, an Xbox game console and a cordless Dewalt drill sometime between 5 p.m. and midnight.

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augusta citizen
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augusta citizen 11/27/11 - 04:23 pm
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I guess it was someone who

I guess it was someone who didn't want to stand in line at Best Buy Thursday night.

seenitB4
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seenitB4 11/27/11 - 04:43 pm
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A 50 inch tv would be hard to

A 50 inch tv would be hard to hide.....see sumthin say sumthin!!!

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Patty-P 11/27/11 - 04:52 pm
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What is a 'consul'?

What is a 'consul'?

augusta citizen
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augusta citizen 11/27/11 - 05:26 pm
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Never heard of a consul.

Never heard of a consul.

Patty-P
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Patty-P 11/27/11 - 05:33 pm
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Thought I'd missed out on a

Thought I'd missed out on a new gadget. :)

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Riverman1 11/27/11 - 05:47 pm
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A consul is a fake single

A consul is a fake single user log-in device.

Melcher65
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Melcher65 11/27/11 - 06:42 pm
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I guess with the budget cuts

I guess with the budget cuts the AC has done away with spell-checkers, as well. This article has been up for almost 3 hours and no correction yet.

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allhans 11/27/11 - 08:57 pm
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I'll bet there are people in

I'll bet there are people in Augusta looking for work that can spell.

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reba530 11/27/11 - 10:49 pm
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With all these so called
Unpublished

With all these so called break ins it really makes me wonder if someone really breaks into these houses or, or they just trying to collect on some insurance so they can get another one

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stillamazed 11/28/11 - 10:25 am
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I doubt that Reba, it is just

I doubt that Reba, it is just the time of year when thieves get desperate, happens every year about this time....

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follower 11/28/11 - 11:55 am
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agree stillamazed. Factor in

agree stillamazed. Factor in the deductible and a guaranteed rise in insurance premiums, and a new big screen doesn't look so good.

A big dog, an alarm system, a Ruger, and good neighbors is the best deterent. A good neighborhood doesn't hurt either.

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ya-ya 11/28/11 - 11:57 am
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There are break-ins year

There are break-ins year round....pretty sad

Crime Reports and Rewards TV
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Crime Reports and Rewards TV 11/28/11 - 01:28 pm
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You aint seen nothin yet...

You aint seen nothin yet...

Chillen
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Chillen 11/28/11 - 01:32 pm
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You got that right crime

You got that right crime reports. As Gerald Celente says "When people lose everything, they lose it".

Watch for more crime, more violence, more riots. It's coming America, whether we like it or not. Hope you are ready for it. The Great Depression will look good to you in a few years.

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Willow Bailey 11/28/11 - 01:45 pm
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I think reba530 makes an

I think reba530 makes an excellent point.

There are a lot of break ins, but there are also people desperate enough to make the fake claims. They are either not wise enough to think ahead or else feel it's their best choice given their circumstances.

We know it's a problem, because insurance companies now look at a persons credit report before writing their policy; rate policies up based on credit scores and deny coverage based on the same.

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