A judge declined to set bond Monday for a man accused of stabbing an Augusta man seven times in the back.
The gunman in a drive-by shooting at an Augusta restaurant last July that left a 14-year-old critically wounded was sentenced Monday.
On Saturday, a Richmond County sheriff's deputy was called to a fight involving juveniles at Delta Manor on East Bulla Street, but by the time he arrived it had dispersed. The following day he ...
Michelle Johnson, 28, has been held since February on charges of first- and second-degree cruelty to children. She has pleaded not guilty in Richmond County Superior Court.
A Waynesboro man was shocked with a stun gun five times after trying to shoplift aftershave at Wal-Mart, police say.
A man told he was no longer welcome in an Augusta home punched the occupant in the head, police say.
A man suspected in a multicounty tire slashing scam was arrested in Richmond County Friday, officials said.
Local law enforcement agencies are continuing to see a gradual decline in the number of aggravated assaults reported in their respective jurisdictions. At the same time, officials aren't taking ...
Walter Lee Johnson, 60, is accused of shooting 49-year-old Marion Utley at his home on Norris Lane.
Bond was denied Thursday for Eddie Lee Freeman, 30, an Augusta man facing a retrial on a murder charge in a 2006 fatal shootout.
Deputies say more than $4,300 worth of landscaping equipment from a trailer at the Augusta Mall while workers groomed the grounds Wednesday.
Ed Wilie Jordan Jr., 47, was booked on charges of aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.
An Augusta couple was arrested Tuesday after police were told they were driving under the influence and in possession of drugs while three young children were in the vehicle.
Benjamin Evans pleaded guilty in Richmond County Superior Court to 11 sexual offenses committed against two children while they were between the ages of 10 and 12.
Two city employees were involved in a shooting at Cedar Grove Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, Augusta Administrator Janice Allen Jackson told a City Commission committee meeting.
The man, 69, told police he woke about 2 a.m. to hear noises coming from the kitchen of his home on Circular Drive.
The man convicted of stealing more than $600,000 from the Vic Hawk Law Group and its clients was back in court Monday to press his claim that the judge was wrong to seize $6,500 from his jail account.
Deputies are searching for a suspect accused of taking $6,500 from Christmas Tree Shops.
Two Augusta women were arrested Saturday after being accused of trying to steal fake eyelashes from an area business.
Teri R. Watts, 40, was sentenced to 10 years of probation and will have to repay the victim $7,900.