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Police Searching for Three Men in WR Homicide

Police are searching for three men in connection to a Warner Robins homicide.

According to an updated news release, police are looking for three men in their twenties, with heights ranging from 5'10 to 6'3. They were "possibly" driving a four-door silver vehicle.

RELATED | Warner Robins Shooting Victim Identified

Willie Johnson, of 122 Demetree Drive, was shot in the leg and died after an apparent home invasion.

If you have any information regarding this case, you can call Detective Jeff Herb at 478-302-5382.

Warner Robins Shooting Victim Identified

Houston County's coroner has identified the man who died after being shot in his home Tuesday.

He is 47-year-old Willie Johnson of Warner Robins, according to coroner Danny Galpin.

Police say he was shot in the upper leg around 3:20 p.m. at his home on Demetree Drive. He was pronounced dead at Houston Medical Center.

Police are investigating this as a homicide. 

Around 6 p.m., police were still on the scene at 122 Demetree Drive. That's off North Davis Drive.

A woman who said she lived at that address says her husband was shot in their living room by a home invader.

She said he knocked the shooter to the floor and chased him outside.  The shooter and another man drove off in gray Dodge Charger.

The woman said Johnson ran out and hit the car before collapsing.

The woman said her husband was 47 years old and they moved from Hawkinsville about four years ago. 

Houston Co. Investigates Two Jail Smuggling Cases

Two men and one woman were arrested on multiple felony charges after Houston County detention officers say they found narcotics within a letter meant for a detainee.

That's the second instance of substance smuggling at the Houston County Sheriff's Office Detention Center in less than a week.

Ashley Mock of Perry, Jered McCain of Fort Valley and James Tolbert of Warner Robins were arrested Tuesday, according to a release.

McCain was already in jail on charges related to Financial Card Fraud and Violation of Probation Superior Court.

The three are now being held without bond at the jail.

Last Friday, two men were accused of attempting to smuggle prescription drugs into Houston County's detention center, according to a release.

A detention officer found a substance in a letter sent to Sonny Bennett of Macon. He was already being held on charges for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana as well as a state warrant for bail jumping.

Warner Robins Police: September 2013 Snapshot

Warner Robins Police: September 2013 Snapshot

September was a busy month but calls for service were a little lower! Here is the snapshot of calls for September 2013:  911 Silent/Misdial358Accident With Injuries31Assisting Other Agencies128Burglary156Business Alarm299Domestic

Two Accused Of Trying To Rob Pizza Man

Houston County sheriff's deputies arrested two men Monday for allegedly attempting to rob a pizza delivery person last week.

According to a news release, Adrian DeShawn Simmons, 22, and a 16-year-old juvenile are accused of trying to robbed a man who was delivering for Marco's Pizza at about 8:30 p.m. in the 100 block of Woolfolk Road last Thursday.

The victim said he slowed down to locate an address when he was confronted by the suspects, according to the release.

The driver quickly drove away when one of the suspects fired multiple shots, striking his vehicle, the sheriff department says.

The victim was not injured.

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Houston Sheriff: Killings Were 'Execution-Type'

The Houston County sheriff's department says an Aug. 18 double murder was a drug-related "execution-type" killing.

Three men are charged in connection with the killings. Two women are also accused of cleaning up the murder scene and disposing of evidence.

A news release from the sheriff's department says the murders of Ruben Miranda and Shaland McConnell were "planned and premeditated" by three suspects.

The three --19-year-old Thomas A. Kelley of Byron, 21-year-old Coleman L. Crouch of Warner Robins and 20-year-old Justice B. Evans of Macon -- are in the Houston County jail.

Kelley is charged with two counts of murder; Evans with one count of murder, one count of tampering with evidence and two counts of concealing a death; Crouch is charged with one count of tampering with evidence, two counts of concealing a death and two counts of being party to murder.

According to the news release: