Augusta man receives 30-year prison term for shooting

Terrance W. Scriven

An Augusta man convicted of aggravated assault and weapon charges this week was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

A Richmond County Superior Court jury found Terrance W. Scriven, 28, guilty Wednesday for the Oct. 3 shooting of Gregory Cody.

Because of Scriven’s previous criminal offenses, the 30-year prison sentence must be served without the possibility of parole. Scriven had been convicted of a 2002 burglary, a 2008 possession of cocaine and a 2008 interference of government property.

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