Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Do you recognize these two? They've been targeting several Walmart stores in the Central Georgia area and are wanted in connection with several Theft by Deception cases. If you recognize them please contact Det. Nix at 478-302-5380 or Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68CRIME.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Release date: September 13, 2017
Incident: Known scam artist
Date/Time: September 12, 2017/ approximately 2:14PM
Location: 2620 Watson Boulevard, parking lot of Michael’s
The Warner Robins Police Department would like to make the public aware of a scam artist that is making his way around our city.
49 year old Frank Garmon Jr. is known to local law enforcement for being a scam artist. His scam usually begins with a story about how he needs money. Sometimes he says he ran out of gas and needs some money to get up the road. Other times he tells people his vehicle broke down and he needs a jump start. Recently, he jumped into the passenger seat of a driver’s car and asked for money.
Garmon is not known to be violent or threatening.
Law Enforcement is doing everything we can to ensure the public is aware of this scam artist.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind when shopping, traveling, or walking to your vehicle alone:
- Please be aware of your surroundings at all times, refrain from texting and walking.
- Please have your keys in your hand with your finger ready to hit the panic button.
- Lock your car every time you get out of it, even when pumping gas.
- Unlock your car only when you are near it.
Monday, September 11, 2017
Over 37,000 people in Warner Robins are without power leaving several intersections within the city without operable traffic signals. This was one of the main reasons Mayor Randy Toms issued a city-wide curfew beginning at 6PM Monday until 6AM Tuesday.
If you are not conducting legitimate business such as going to or from work, leaving to go to a place of safety, going to the hospital or are a first responder please refrain from using the roadways. All eateries and entertainment venues must close their doors by 8PM.
The curfew was not to make your lives harder, but to protect you. Several intersections are without power, when the sun sets we have no way of predicting how dark those roadways will be and how much danger that may put you or 1st responders in the area.
Here is the city code on curfews: https://library.municode.com/…/wa…/codes/code_of_ordinances…
Friday, September 8, 2017
Release date: September 8, 2017
Event: Warner Robins Animal Control Accepts Animals from Chatham County Animal Control
Date/Time: September 8, 2017/ approximately noon
Location: Warner Robins Animal Control, 208 Stalnaker Avenue
In response to the mandatory evacuation of Chatham County in preparation for Hurricane Irma the Warner Robins Animal Control facility is planning to take in the animals from Chatham County Animal Control.
Our Animal Control facility took in several cats evacuated from Chatham County Animal Control Thursday night, and plan to welcome dogs from the same facility at approximately noon Friday.
The Warner Robins Police Department is honored to serve not only the people and animals of our community, but also of those in the storm’s direct path. For more information please contact Public Information Officer Jennifer Parson at email@example.com or 478-302-5417.
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Thanks to the funds raised from the Back the Blue Glow Run 2017 the Warner Robins Police Department was able to purchase five Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) to better serve the community.
Each AED is equipped with the capabilities to help save the life of an adult or an infant. Each machine costs over $1300. WRPD would like to extend a BIG thank you to all that helped make the Back the Blue Glow Run 2017 a success! Without our racers, sponsors and volunteers we wouldn't have been able to purchase these life saving machines.
To race with us next year for the 3rd annual Back the Blue Glow Run on May 12, 2018 click here. Every racer receives a finisher's medal and t-shirt. Sign up today to reserve your spot, spaces are limited.
If your business would like to sponsor our race please contact Public Information Officer, Jennifer Parson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, September 1, 2017
The city of Houston is reeling from the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. The scope of the damage is still not known, and may not be fully measured for several weeks. The city has lost so much including one of their officers who drowned trying to make it into work so that he could help others during the storm.
The Central Georgia community is very generous and has continuously asked us how they can help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. An organization in the Houston area is raising money for the officers in Houston that have lost their homes and all of their belongings yet continue to leave their families behind to help others. 100% of all funds raised will go directly to the Houston-area law enforcement community who have suffered severe losses from the floods.
Click on this link to donate Assist the Officer, Inc.