Four arrested in Warner Robins gas station murder | News
A man shot to death at a Warner Robins gas station in January was targeted by Atlanta-area gang members.
Warner Robins police today announced that four people were arrested and charged in the killing of Monnie Brabham.
Michael Gooden of Atlanta is charged with murder and participation in criminal street gang activity, according to a release.
Clifton Roberts, Ameshia Cosby and Deondray Yarn are charged with conspiracy to commit murder and participation in criminal street gang activity.
Roberts and Gooden are in custody at "an undisclosed location" for an unrelated crime the FBI is investigating.
Investigators believe Brabham was targeted. Warner Robins police chief Brett Evans would not comment further.
In April, WXIA reported that five people, including Roberts and Gooden, accused of abducting a man from a home North Carolina and bringing him to Atlanta.
Officials say the victim was the father of a prosecutor who put a gang member in prison.
In the Warner Robins case, the US Marshal's Fugitive Squad arrested Cosby and Yarn in Atlanta. They're currently in jail in Houston County.
The four are affiliated with a street gang called One Eight Trey. A news release says it's not a local Warner Robins gang and the murdered victim was not in the gang.
On January 23, Monnie Brabham IV was killed while pumping gas and his silver 1996 Cadillac was stolen from Murphy Oil on Booth Road in Warner Robins. Police later found the car in a neighborhood.
If you have any information the case, you can call the Warner Robins Police Department at 478-302-5380.