Bond denied for suspects in downtown Augusta assaults

By: Staff Email
By: Staff Email

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) -- Bond was denied on Wednesday for two suspects involved in recent assaults in downtown Augusta.

Robey Moses and Domonique Hale were arrested on Friday in Newberry, S.C. They were returned to Richmond County on Tuesday.

The judge denied them bond Wednesday, saying they are a threat to the community.

Moses and Kevin Richardson are accused of beating a couple on the Riverwalk May 3. Deputies are still trying to track down Richardson.

Moses and Hale are accused in an assault on Broad Street May 2.

Moses is facing two counts of robbery by force and aggravated assault. Hale is charged with robbery by force.


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