Crime & Courts

Richmond Co. | Columbia Co. | Aiken Co. |

Augusta man receives 30-year prison term for shooting

  • Follow Crime & courts

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

Terrance W. Scriven  SPECIAL
SPECIAL
Terrance W. Scriven

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.

Comments (1) Add comment
ADVISORY: Users are solely responsible for opinions they post here and for following agreed-upon rules of civility. Posts and comments do not reflect the views of this site. Posts and comments are automatically checked for inappropriate language, but readers might find some comments offensive or inaccurate. If you believe a comment violates our rules, click the "Flag as offensive" link below the comment.
soapy_725
43612
Points
soapy_725 06/08/13 - 07:55 am
1
0
You Go Dog!!!!! Go directly to jail!!!
Unpublished

Do not pass Park Place or any other place. Your homo-peeps are waiting for you. Say goodbye to the "free world". And let that pinky fingernail grow even longer.

oldredneckman96
5032
Points
oldredneckman96 06/08/13 - 09:44 am
1
0
Broken Courts
Unpublished

The courts were given at least three chances to keep Scriven from shooting Cody. Why? Letting criminals roam out streets is a violation of our civil rights. If we have to stack them in jail like cord wood, so be it. They are criminals, no longer citizens.

rmwhitley
5536
Points
rmwhitley 06/08/13 - 12:47 pm
0
0
Another
Unpublished

"bro" on the public dole. What is the naacp doing these days? Just sucking the life out of hard working people in order to whine that someone stepped on their dirty little toes?

itsanotherday1
41394
Points
itsanotherday1 06/09/13 - 06:58 pm
1
0
Career criminal

Good riddance!

lifelongresident
1323
Points
lifelongresident 06/10/13 - 08:31 am
0
0
mr. redneck
Unpublished

i agree with you 100% but the blame lies with the local government, we need more and bigger jails and prisons they close down 401 but fail to add the lost/additional jail space so what is left is putting them on probation. the idiots on the commission would rather throw away hundreds of millions of our taxdollars on the albatross TEE CENTER than use that money to build a very, very large maximum security prison for rats, roaches, and vermin. lets profile shall we, my guess, of course he is black, but chances are he is uneducated, little or no job skills, of course grew up in one of the local "gubiment howsin projects", his sorry azs mammy probably never worked a day in her life, of course she don't know who or where his father or the father of her other kids are, since he's no stranger to the criminal justice system he should feel right at homeand of course his mammy in her best "Citi Trends" outfit was sitting in the front row of the court room at his sentencing crying and explaining how "mah son don't be doin dis, he a guut boy fo sho, he jess got caught up"

Back to Top

Top headlines

Ruben given last shot on downtown buildings

Richmond County Magistrate Judge H. Scott Allen approved an agreement the two sides reached this week to obtain a boarding permit in the next 30 days to "mothball" two buildings.
Search Augusta jobs