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Macon-Bibb Crime Files

Wednesday files

Date: April 22

Incident type: Shoplifting

Location: Walmart, Zebulon Road

A deputy was dispatched to the store at 9:04 a.m. where he met up with a security guard who told him that a man pushing a cart was attempting to leave the store with two surveillance cameras, a 50 pound bag of dog food, and a 32-inch flat screen TV. The officer asked the man if he could speak with him and the man ran off through the garden center. The officer Tased him, but the suspect broke loose and continued running out of the store. The officer threw a lawn chair at him causing the suspect to stumble. When the man got outside, he tried to hide under a truck. The deputy pulled him out from under the vehicle and handcuffed him.

Date: April 22

Incident type: Shoplifting

Location: Kroger, Zebulon Road

A deputy was called to the store at around 2 p.m. in reference to a woman who was caught stealing. An employee told the deputy that the woman loaded her cart up with steaks and walked to the dog food isle. When the woman emerged from the dog food isle, the cart she was pushing was empty. However, she was holding a shopping bag. A manager stopped the woman and searched the bag that revealed eight different kinds of steaks valued at $144.

Tuesday files

Date: April 21

Incident type: Aggravated assault; criminal damage to property

Location: 2100 block New Clinton Road

Deputies responded to the area at about 3:05 p.m. in response to shots being fired out of an older model white Chevrolet. One of the responding officers was told by a woman that she notice bullet holes in her home when she arrived home. Her son told her that some men were shooting at him, an older homeless man called "O.G.," and the house itself. The woman's older son said he believed the men were shooting at someone named "Poochie." No arrest were made and no one was injured.

Date: April 21

Incident type: Disorderly house

Location: 4100 block Ayers Road

Deputies responded to a house at around 8 a.m. pertaining to dogs barking and running up and down the street. Law enforcement has been called to this same home 12 previous times for the same issue. During this call, deputies observed two dog pins containing seven dogs and four dogs were running loose. Animal control took the four dogs and cited the dogs' owner charging him with 17 counts of no proof of rabies and keeping a disorderly house.

Monday files

Date: April 19

Incident type: Intoxicated person

Location: 300 block Corbin Avenue

A deputy was called to the location at about 8:10 p.m. He made contact with a resident and was talking to her on the front porch when a man opened a door of one of the rooms in the house. When the man saw the deputy he slammed the door shut. The woman told the deputy that the man was shooting his gun in the house and the deputy entered to talk to him. The man refused to talk to the deputy, said he was suicidal, put a pistol in his lap and told the deputy to leave. The deputy forced the man to put the pistol down and he was taken in for an evaluation. Confiscated were a 12-gauge shotgun, .22 caliber revolver, and ammunition.

Date: April 20

Incident type: Aggravated assault

Location: 2800 block Columbus Road, Macon

Deputies responded to the intersection of Buena Vista Drive and Columbus Road at about 10:09 p.m. in reference to a shooting. Responding officers were told by the complainant that her house was shot up. The woman told deputies that seven people - mostly children - were in the house with her when she noticed plaster falling off of the walls. There was also a vehicle behind the residence that was also shot up. The back window was shot out, and the dashboard and steering wheel were destroyed by gun fire. Deputies say they believe the vehicle was the target of shooting. No one was injured and no arrest were made.

The following items are from incidents reports filed by Macon-Bibb County Sheriff's deputies.


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