Four arrested after Warner Robins robbery | News
Warner Robins police arrested two men and two women after responding to a home invasion call just after 2 a.m. Thursday at 133 Wall St.
The victim stated that a male with a handgun confronted him inside of his residence and left, according to a news release.
An officer made contact with a man named LaQuentin Shakespear, as he was attempting to walk away from the residence, the news release states.
Officers observed a vehicle next to the residence driving away from the scene toward Wellborn Road in an attempt to elude officers, according to the news release. A male got out of the vehicle and ran away. After a foot chase, officers said they caught Victor Dennard.
Officers stopped the vehicle and apprehend the driver, Colleen Ussery, and a passenger, Jessica Cox.
The four received the following charges:
Shakespear, 29, of Warner Robins, party to the crime of armed robbery, driving under the influence and driving with a
Dennard, 22, of Warner Robins, armed robbery, possession of marijuana, obstruction of an officer, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.
Ussery, 20, of Macon, party to the crime of armed robbery, fleeing/attempting to elude, driving under the
influence, driving with suspended license and a headlight violation.
Cox, 24, of Macon, party to the crime of armed robbery.