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Suspect in Windsor Spring Road store robbery in custody

Friday, May 24, 2013 6:22 PM
Last updated 11:55 PM
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One of the suspects in a Windsor Spring Road package shop robbery is in custody. Police continue to search for the second suspect.

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Jamell Hason Williams, 25, has been charged with armed robbery, burglary in the second degree and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

Police said two men entered Windsor Package Shop, 4108 Windsor Spring Road, about 3 p.m. May 10 and demanded the owner get on the floor, then took cash.

The bandits were believed to be wounded after the owner fired shots as they fled. Lt. Calvin Chew said it appears they sought treatment at a hospital in the Atlanta area.

Police have named Colby Bryton as the second suspect.

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Darby 05/25/13 - 10:55 am
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Augusta resident 05/25/13 - 12:37 pm

The practice range doesn't have moving targets. Shotguns do kind of compensate tho.

Darby 05/26/13 - 05:02 pm
I like the shotgun idea, although I have been

on ranges with moving targets.

Also, if a target is moving directly away from you, it's virtually the same as a still target, except that it gets smaller as it moves.

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