Saturday, August 27, 2016

Chat with the Chief: WRPD response to HMC



Chief Brett Evans explains the initial call from Houston Medical Center regarding suspicious, possibly armed suspects and how the department responded. 

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Suspect in Custody After Hospital Lockdown

Release date: August 25, 2016

Incident: Suspicious, Armed Person Call  

Date/Time: August 25, 2016/ approximately 2PM

Location: Houston Medical Center

One suspect is in custody after officers responded to a Suspicious, Armed Person call from Houston Medical Center. 

At approximately 2PM on Thursday, August 25, 2016 officers responded to the area of Houston Medical Center in reference to two suspicious suspects. One suspect was described as carrying a bag and the other was seen with a hand gun. 

Officers placed the hospital on lockdown, and searched the building. Once the initial search was completed, a couple of officers were sent back into the building to search again and found 38 year old Saint Claire Brown with a replica hand gun in his waistband inside a hospital break room. The replica gun was not loaded and no other ammunition was found on him. 

 Officers currently have Brown in custody, charges are pending. Saint Claire Brown is known to police. 


This case is still under investigation and being led by Det. Jeff Herb. 

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

New You Recognize These Armed Robbery Suspects?

Detectives need your help identifying these five suspects wanted for the Armed Robbery of Lucky's Boutique. 

At approximately 2AM on Wednesday, August 24, 2016 these five suspects kicked in the front door of the business and robbed the owner at gunpoint. No customers were in the store at the time of the robbery. No one was injured and an undisclosed amount of money was taken from the business. 

Anyone with information on the suspects should contact Det. Jeff Herb at 478-302-5380 or Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68CRIME. 

Local Restaurant Helps WRPD Officer's Cancer Battle

Houston County 911 in partnership with FATZ Cafe will host Short Stacks for Big Change in support of WRPD Officer Brandon Carlson. 


Stop by FATZ for breakfast on Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 8AM-10:30AM.


Breakfast includes: pancakes, sausage links, maple syrup, butter, mixed fruit, coffee, tea or milk. Adult tickets are $7 and children 6 and under eat free (limit one "free" child per adult ticket).

To purchase advance tickets contact Amber Clayton at akclayton88@gmail.com.

You can also purchase your tickets at the Warner Robins Police Department. 

Officer Carlson is 22 years old and has been an officer with the department for two years. 

Please show your support for Ofc. Carlson and purchase your tickets today! 

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

UPDATE Traffic Signal Maintenance to Cause to Delays

The traffic signals at the intersection of Russell Parkway and Wellborn Road will be down for maintenance during the overnight hours of Thursday, August 18, 2016. 

Officers will be at the intersection directing traffic, but delays are expected throughout the night. Motorists, especially traveling to Robins Air Force Base, should plan for delays or choose an alternate route of travel.


Monday, August 15, 2016

Shriners Parade to Block Portions of Watson Boulevard

The Southeastern Shrine Association will hold their session in Warner Robins this week.

On Saturday, August 20, 2016 portions of Watson Boulevard will be closed from 10AM-12PM for The Al Sihah Shriners parade.

The parade will begin on Watson Boulevard at the Big Lots shopping center at 10AM, travel west on Watson to Margie Drive and come to an end at the Galleria Mall.

Those traveling east on Watson Boulevard will be detoured at Margie Drive before the mall. Those traveling west on Watson Boulevard will be detoured near Big Lots onto Knodishall Drive.

Traffic will be completely blocked on Watson Boulevard from Big Lots to the Galleria Mall at Margie Drive from 10AM to noon for the parade. Motorists should avoid the area and choose alternate routes.

Friday, August 12, 2016

Water Main Break Causes Multiple Wrecks

A Houston County water main broke around 6:30AM Friday causing water to gush across South Houston Lake Road between Tucker Place and Feagin Mill RoadThe water on the roadway caused several cars to hydroplane, and hit the guardrail on or near the bridge on South Houston Lake Road. 

There were a total of four traffic accidents involving five vehicles. There were three single vehicle accidents, and an additional wreck involving two vehicles. One vehicle in the two car accident overturned. 


Officers form the Warner Robins Police Department and deputies from the Houston County Sheriff's Office responded to the scene. One person was transported to the Houston Medical Center with minor injuries. 

The roadway has reopened to traffic.