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Juliette Opry: What did he say their name was?

Juliette Opry: What did he say their name was?

Well it’s that time again, The First of the month is rapidly approaching and that means Juliette Opry time. I have been really busy so unfortunately I don’t have any great story this month (like I ever have).

This month we have a group out of Athens: "Buttermilk Revival ",Winners of Athensn got Talent --Kind of an interesting group, the banjo player is actually my neighbors' cousin. I checked them out on Facebook and Youtube. They are going to be great, but I just couldn’t get that name out of my head. Who thought up "Buttermilk Revival?"

I once heard about a band that was formed at a bonfire with a lot of adult beverages called, "Burning Urine."

Although I didn't think it was a great idea , I figured out where it came from. Well I could have asked Jody but that takes all the fun out of it so here is the Lizella twist:

Macon Man Accused of Baseball Bat Beating

Macon police arrested a man after witnesses say he beat another man with a metal baseball bat.

Macon police spokeswoman, Jami Gaudet, says they arrested 32-year-old Joseph Moore around 4:30 Sunday morning.

In a news release, Gaudet says it happened on Hillcrest Avenue at Hillyer Avenue.

Gaudet says when officers arrived at the scene they found the victim "lying face down in the street, visibly bleeding from the head." The release says police saw Moore near his vehicle with a metal bat in his front seat.

Moore told the officers that he and the victim began to fight while he was driving in his car. He says when he stopped, the fighting moved to the street.

According to the release, witnesses told police during the fight Moore kicked the victim in the chest and began hitting him in the head and body repeatedly with the bat.

The victim was taken to the Medical Center for treatment. Moore was arrested and take to the Bibb County Jail.

Man Robbed at Gunpoint in Macon Barber Shop

Macon police are investigating a reported armed robbery at a barber shop early Monday morning.

According to a police report, Shelton Edwards told police that four men forced their way into his barber shop at 781 Smith St. around 4:15 a.m. and pulled a gun on him.

Shelton reported that the men took his cell phone and $80 in cash, then fired a shot as he ran away.

There are no suspects in the case.

The police report does not say why Edwards was in the barber shop at 4 a.m. and he could not be reached for comment.

Macon Woman Accused of Assaulting Husband With Tools

A Macon woman is accused of stabbing her husband in the genitals with a screwdriver and hitting him in the head with a wrench.

Police spokeswoman Melanie Hofmann says 39-year-old Edith Shellow was arrested Sunday.

She said the assault happened early Sunday after the couple argued. She said she didn't know what they were arguing about.

Hofmann says Shellow then took her husband to the hospital for his injuries around 3 a.m. Sunday. She was later arrested at their home at 1080 Sunnydale Drive.

She was taken to the Bibb County jail and charged with aggravated assault-family violence, police say. She is being held on $9,550 bond.

Macon Police Arrest 6 on Drug Charges

Macon Police say six people were arrested Wednesday, after they served a search warrant on an East Macon home.

Spokeswoman Melanie Hofmann says at about 5:45 p.m., CID Drug Unit officers went to 1052 Joe Davis Drive.

Six people at the home face drug charges and one person had a pending arrest warrant out for simple battery.

19-year-old Tamarcu Chantez Sinclair, 22-year-old Wilson Benjamin Bryant and 19-year-old Carrie Mae Mobley were arrested for being present where drugs are used, kept or sold.

23-year old James Tyrone Davis faces charges of being present where drugs are used, kept or sold and a simple assault warrant.

19-year-old Torrey Deion Wright was charged with possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute.

Wilshun Benjamin Bryant was arrested and charged with hindering and interfering and disorderly conduct.