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posted by matt1141a

In reply to: 3 arrests made in Athens murder »

December 17, 2012

Ahhh where do I start. Justin Baughns is a career criminal who has been arrested at least 15 times in ACC alone. He has been convicted of family violence crimes twice (probation for both). He has violated probation at least 6 times, always receiving more probation. In addition to being on misdemeanor probation Baughns is also out on bond for a felony theft case AND is awaiting trail on a felony aggravated staking case.
In addition his criminal history also includes possession of marijuana, many many many criminal trespassing and traffic charges for which he received and violated probation on every single one of these.
Most of the probation violation cases weren't even prosecuted...pathetic!

It seems to me that about the only way to really go to prison in Athens is to murder someone.

Dwayne Myers rap sheet is long I'll save the for another post.

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