Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Two Suspects Sought for LoLo Armed Robbery



Release date: January 17, 2017
Incident: Armed Robbery
Date/Time of Incident: January 16, 2017/ 10:43PM 

Location: 506 N. Houston Road, LoLo Liquor Store



Police Search for Suspects in Armed Robbery

At approximately 10:43PM on Monday, January 16, 2017 officers responded to the LoLo Liquor Store at 506 N. Houston Road in reference to an Armed Robbery that had just occurred.

Officers learned that two black males entered the store around closing time and demanded money from the cash register. One suspect stayed at the door, and the other entered the business with an assault rifle style firearm.


An undisclosed amount of money was taken from the store, and the suspects fled. No one was injured.


Anyone that has additional information on the suspects pictured below should contact Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68CRIME or Det. Brett Rozier at 478-302-5380.







Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Now Enrolling for GA Teens Ride with P.R.I.D.E. Program

The Warner Robins Police department in connection with the University of Georgia Traffic Injury Prevention Institute (G.T.I.P.I.) will offer a free two-hour course on January 25th and February 22nd from 6-8PM, designed to help parents and teen drivers. 

The Georgia Teens Ride with P.R.I.D.E. (Parents Reducing Incidents of Driver Error) program is an effort to reduce the high number of crashes, injuries and fatalities involving teen drivers in the state of Georgia. This is not a hands-on, mechanical "how to" course, but a class that addresses driving attitudes and behaviors of teenagers ages 14-16. 

The course is designed to help parents become more aware of their own driving behaviors, teach how to help their teenagers become safe drivers and explain how to conduct the supervised practice driving time required to obtain a license. 

To register for the P.R.I.D.E. program please contact Officer Christopher Fussell at cfussell@wrga.gov OR (478) 293-1062. You must register before attending the course. 

Please sign up quickly for this free course, because space is limited to 30 teens per class. Classes will be held at Middle Georgia State University at 100 University Boulevard. 

For more information on the P.R.I.D.E. program visit www.wrpolice.org/community_events.htm

Monday, January 9, 2017

Have you thanked an officer today?



THANK YOU to all of the law enforcement officers that take the oath to serve and protect your community. 

THANK YOU to their families that selflessly share them, watch them leave each day or night and tirelessly pray for their safe return. 

THANK YOU to those that #BackTheBlue

If you're out and about thank an officer for their service in honor of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. 

Friday, January 6, 2017

Flat Stanley Takes Warner Robins

Many of you have seen pictures of Flat Stanley posted on our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages as #FlatStanleyTakes WR. He's been busy visiting different places around Warner Robins. 



You may be asking... Why is Flat Stanley in Warner Robins? 








Madison, a third grader from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania wrote us a letter asking us to show Flat Stanley around town. 

   "I am doing a fun project with my class and I was hoping that you would help us. We just read a book called Flat Stanley. In the book, a boy named Stanley has a bulletin board that falls on him. It does not hurt him, but it makes him flat. Stanley realizes that there are many things that he can do, because he is flat. One of the things he can do is travel through the mail. So, our class is going to send Flat Stanley on vacation by mailing him across the country. I decided to send Flat Stanley to you and I hope you will take him to exciting places in your city. It would be really great, if you could take pictures of Stanley visiting these places. Don't forget to write back, send Stanley and the pictures. "

                       Love, 
                          Madison

Flat Stanley has been very busy! First we had to make sure he was who he said he was and Det. Gravitt gave him a Polygraph Test. Don't worry he passed. 

He stopped by our Forensics Lab to see how to brush for fingerprints. 



He even helped log evidence with Officer Hunley. 


Made a new friend with Lt. McCommon. 


Hung out with Sgt. Smith. 


He even got to ride in the back of the patrol car.... uh oh Stanley




He was rescued by K9 Rasty 


Took a ride around town with Officer Thompson.



Visited City Hall and met Mayor Randy Toms.

and met a lot of new friends along the way.

He's also stopped by several other law enforcement agencies around the country. You can find pictures of his vacations on Facebook at @BOLO for Flat Stanley-Madison's Project.  

Follow Flat Stanley's journey through Warner Robins on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram #FlatStanleyTakesWR




Now Enrolling for Spring Citizen Police Academy

The Warner Robins Police Department is now registering for the Spring 2017 Citizen Police Academy. The Academy is a 12 week program that gives participants an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the responsibilities and challenges of the police profession. 

Participants will learn about several areas of law enforcement such as the hiring process, investigation divisions, SWAT team, use of force and firearms. Gain the opportunity to experience some of the training associated with police work and ride with patrol officers on duty. 

You do not have to be a citizen of Warner Robins to be in Citizen Police Academy. You must be 18 years of age or older to enroll in the Citizen Police Academy. Completion of the Citizen Police Academy is NOT equivalent to completing the Mandate Training Academy for sworn law enforcement officers. 

The academy will be on Thursday evenings from 6-8PM beginning February 9th and continue through April 27th. The Warner Robins Police Department Training Center located at 212 Stalnaker Avenue, Warner Robins will host the classes.

The classes are free for the participant. 

Applications can be found on our website at Citizen Police Academy or contact Lt. Jeff McCommon at 478-293-1055 or jmccommon@wrga.gov

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Officers Investigate Armed Robbery at O'Reilly Auto Parts


Release date: December 27, 2016

Incident: Armed Robbery 

Date/Time of incident: December 27, 2016/ approximately 7:52PM

Location: O'Reilly Auto Parts 400 Russell Parkway


At approximately 7:52PM officers responded to the O'Reilly Auto Parts store at 400 Russell Parkway in reference to an Armed Robbery.

No customers were in the store at the time of the incident. One employee received minor injuries and was treated at the scene. 

The suspects are described as two black males with a tall, slender build. Both suspects were wearing hoodies and covering their face. 

An undisclosed amount of money was taken from the store. 

The investigation is ongoing by Det. Justin Clark. 

Anyone with additional information on this incident should contact Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68CRIME. 

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Officers Investigate Pedestrian Fatality

Release date: December 21, 2016

Incident: Pedestrian Fatality 

Date/Time of incident: December 21, 2016/ approximately 10:20PM


At approximately 10:20PM on December 21, 2016 officers responded to the intersection of Knodishall Drive and Watson Boulevard in reference to a traffic accident involving a pedestrian. 

So far our investigation reveals 50 year old Sherry Lynn Holt of Warner Robins was struck by a 2007 Dodge Grand Caravan driven by 27 year old Chasity Evone Spires of Byron. 

The Caravan was traveling West on Watson Blvd., in the right lane at Knodishall Drive. The pedestrian was laying in the roadway on the westbound side when she was struck by the Caravan.  The area of this collision is not an area with street lights and Ms. Holt was wearing dark clothing.

Ms. Holt was pronounced deceased at the scene. At this time no charges have been filed. The investigation is ongoing by the Warner Robins Police Department Traffic Unit.