Aiken man charged with threatening R.E. Phelon employees

Gary Supeau


Editor's Note: Charges were dismissed against Gary Supeau because a Pre-trial Intervention Program was completed. 


An Aiken man was arrested Thursday for making threatening phone calls to employees at the R.E. Phelon plant in Aiken.

Gary Supeau was charged with four counts of unlawful use of the telephone, according to an Aiken County Sheriff’s Office news release.

On Wednesday at 3:25 p.m., police responded to the plant at 2063 University Parkway for a complaint of threats. Following an investigation, Supeau was taken into custody at his residence without incident.

R.E. Phelon is a die-casting operation that produces flywheels, castings and components, according to The Augusta Chronicle archives.


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