Tuesday, January 22, 2019

The Daily Beat: Weekend Edition



From 6AM Friday (1/18) to 6AM Monday (1/22) our officers responded to 

807 calls 

From 6AM-6PM (1/18) 7 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6PM (1/18) to 6AM (1/19) 9 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6AM -6PM (1/19) 8 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6PM (1/19) to 6AM (1/20) 9 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6AM-6PM (1/20) 8 officers and 2 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6PM (1/20) to 6AM (1/21) 8 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6AM-6PM (1/21) 9 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6PM (1/21) to 6AM (1/22) 7 officers and 2 supervisors were on duty. 






Saturday, January 19, 2019

Officers Investigate Subway Armed Robbery


Release date: January 19, 2019

Incident: Armed Robbery

Date/Time: January 19, 2019/ approximately 8:32PM

Location:  1801 Watson Boulevard, Subway 


On Saturday,  January 19, 2019 at approximately 8:32PM officers responded to the Subway at 1801 Watson Boulevard in reference to an Armed Robbery.  

The suspect was dressed in all black with a face covering. The suspect entered the store armed with a handgun, demanded money and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash. No one was injured.

The suspect fled the area in a 90’s model white vehicle , possibly a Hyundai.  This incident is still under investigation. Anyone with additional information should contact Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68CRIME. 








Wednesday, January 16, 2019

The Daily Beat


From 6AM (1/15) to 6AM (1/16) our officers responded to 

204 calls 

From 6AM-6PM (1/15) 8 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6PM(1/15) to 6AM (1/16) 7 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 




Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Now Enrolling for the Spring 2019 Citizen Police Academy




The Warner Robins Police Department is now registering for the Spring 2019 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.  Participants will gain the opportunity to experience some of the training associated with police work and ride with patrol officers on duty.  Participants do not have to be a citizen of Warner Robins to be in Citizen Police Academy.  Completion of the Citizen Police Academy is not equivalent to completing the Mandate Training Academy for sworn law enforcement officers. Participants of the Citizen Police Academy must be 18 years of age or older. 

The Academy will be on Thursday evenings from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. beginning February 28th and continue through May 16th.  The Warner Robins Police Department Training Center located at 212 Stalnaker Avenue, Warner Robins will host the event.  The classes are free for the participant.  


Applications can be found on our website at http://wrpolice.org/resources.htm  or by contacting Ofc. Greg Martin at 478-225-6304 or gmartin@wrga.gov.

The Daily Beat


From 6AM (1/14) to 6AM (1/15) our officers responded to 

190 calls 

From 6AM-6PM (1/14) 8 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6PM (1/14) to 6AM (1/15) 7 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 





Our agency received this very nice note today. We just wanted to share it with you, and send out a very big THANK YOU to Mary from Lynnfield, Massachusetts. Thank you for thinking of us and supporting us. It means more than you know!

We are #WRPDstrong! 




Traffic Accident Involving Pedestrian



Release date: January 15, 2019 

Incident: Motor Vehicle Accident Involving Pedestrian 

Date/Time: January 15, 2019/ approximately 7:27AM

Location: Intersection of Wellborn Road and Jackson Street


On Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at approximately 7:27AM officers responded to the intersection of Wellborn Road and Jackson Street in reference to a Motor Vehicle Accident Involving a Pedestrian. 

An 11 year old child riding a bicycle to school was struck while at the crosswalk by a 2006 Nissan Sentra driven by 45 year old Denise Jenkins. The driver of the vehicle disregarded the crossing guard in the area and struck the child. 

The child was talking and alert before being transported to The Medical Center Navicent Health. After an evaluation at the hospital, officers learned the child did not suffer any major injuries. 


Jenkins was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs, Disregard of a Person Directing Traffic, Driving Under the Wrong Class of License, and Defective Equipment. 

Monday, January 14, 2019

The Daily Beat: Weekend Edition



From 6AM (1/11) to 6AM (1/14) our officers responded to 

604 calls 


From 6AM-6PM (1/11) 8 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6PM(1/11) to 6AM (1/12) 8 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6AM-6PM (1/12) 7 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6PM(1/12) to 6AM(1/13) 8 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6AM-6PM (1/13) 7 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty. 

From 6PM (1/13) to 6AM (1/14) 8 officers and 3 supervisors were on duty.