Local Update - August 28, 2007

Drive-By Suspect Sought
This morning deputies say they know who pulled the trigger in a drive-by shooting Monday that injured three teenagers.
19 year-old Carron Winfrey is wanted for three counts of aggravated assault.
Investigators say he fired all three shots at the teenagers on the 3600 block of Alene Circle.

Food Fight Stabbing
You've heard of food fights but perhaps not one quite like this.
This morning investigators are looking for a man, who stabbed another man, over dinner Monday.
Aiken County deputies are trying to find a hispanic man known as "Addonde."
Deputies say he stabbed another man in the stomach during a fight over the victim's dinner because he took too much.
This all happened at 103 Shannon Lane in Aiken.

Meth Bust
More meth is off the streets in North Augusta.
Aiken county deputies arrested 55-year Michael Stewart and 60 year-old Carole Starr.
Both are charged with two counts of manufacturing meth.

Memorial for Music Teacher
Students, freinds, and family will have to say good-bye to a Warren County music teacher today.
Marilyn Betty Campbell died at MCG Sunday after an accident on Highway 43 in McDuffie County.
She was on her way to work at ME Freeman Elementary School in Warrenton.
A memorial service will be held tonight at 6:00 at First Assembly of God in Lincolnton.

Special Election
Voters in new ellenton head to the polls today for a special election.
Seat one of the new ellenton city council is open after Mark Key stepped down.
Voters will pick his replacement.
The candidates are democrat Prestic Faulk and republican David Felder.

Waterway Meeting Tonight
Commissioner Andy Cheek wants to make downtown augusta more of a tourist attraction by turning Ellis Street and 12th Street into waterways with gondolas and shops along that stretch.
The first of three town hall meetings on this idea will start tonight at the Bernie Ward Community Center at 7:00.
Anyone with an opinion is welcome.

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