By KAREN DAILY Staff writerThe children and a friend of an Aiken man who was accused of forcing his way inside the residence of his estranged wife in October have been arrested on allegations they helped the suspect receive medical treatment after the October alteration and escape to Virginia.Jamie R. Gilbert, 25, of Ramble Wood Road in Aiken, is charged with accessory after the fact.Jamie N. Moseley, 31, of Ramble Wood Road in Aiken, is charged with accessory after the fact.Richard B. Moseley Jr., 27, of Joyner Pond Road in Aiken, is charged with accessory after the fact.In mid-October, Richard B. Moseley, 54, of the 700 block of Oriole Street, was charged with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature, assault and battery with intent to kill, first degree burglary and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. While armed with a handgun, the suspect reportedly threatened Mark E. Lacy, 46, of the 100 block of Crossroads Drive in Graniteville, while he was at the home of Moseley's estranged wife.Moseley was reportedly injured in the struggle.Moseley struck the victim in the head with a golf club, and a flower pot was thrown during the fight, according to officials.During the struggle, the 54-year-old dropped a handgun, which the man's estranged wife, Vicky Moseley, also of Crossroads Drive, grabbed and ran out of the house with.Richard Moseley escaped before deputies arrived.Days later, the 54-year-old was arrested at a Virginia motel.Virginia police said he was with his daughter and his 2-year-old granddaughter in the hotel room.On Friday, the two Moseley children and Gilbert turned themselves in to the Aiken County Sheriff's Office."Collectively, they helped (Richard B. Moseley) get medical treatment and then get to Virginia, where he ultimately was captured," said sheriff's office spokesperson Lt. Michael Frank.
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