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Houston Co. students rally for Warner Robins teen shooting victim

Ryan Skeen declared legally dead, accused 13-year-old shooter to be charged with murder

Houston County Coroner Danny Galpin has characterized Ryan Skeens condition as "brain dead." He tells us that the child is on a ventilator.

The colors at Veterans High School in Warner Robins are red, white, and blue, but if you've been there lately, you're likely seeing many people wearing just blue.

11-year-old Warner Robins shooting victim feeling 'much better'

Last Thursday, an 11-year-old Warner Robins girl was playing outside, when she was struck by a bullet that grazed her side and hit her arm.

"I got the phone call, and my heart just stopped," says Kristal Lennart. She was at work when she heard her daughter, Keyona, had been shot.

"I'm scared. This is supposed to be our home. We're all supposed to be safe here."

Keyona was playing with a two-year-old in the backyard. She didn't see anyone but heard something terrifying.

"I knew it was a gunshot," says the sixth grader.

She acted quickly.

"I heard one gun shot, and I threw her in the kitchen so she wouldn't get shot.," says Keyona. "Then she said 'What's that?' She saw I was shot on my arm. I ran in the room, and I started yelling."

Two children shot in Warner Robins in four days

Two children have been shot in Warner Robins within the last four days.

The first incident occurred when an 11-year-old girl was shot Thursday at about 8:19 p.m. in the 500 block of Diggs Boulevard. Hours after the shooting, the child was listed in stable condition at the hospital.


Warner Robins police have released very little information about this shooting.

WRPD investigating armed robbery at American Deli

Warner Robins Police are investigating an armed robbery that took place at the American Deli on Watson Boulevard Saturday night.

Public Information Officer, Jennifer Parson, says a man armed with a handgun got away with an undisclosed amount of money.

The suspect is described as a black male of average build, wearing a gray sweatshirt.

No one was injured.

Anyone with information should contact Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68-CRIME.

Gen. Robins' grandchildren visit Warner Robins

When many people say "Warner Robins", they usually reference the city, not the man.

And three of his grandchildren had never even set foot in the city until Monday.

"It's mind-blowing, actually. It's like we haven't given as much importance to our family history as we thought," said Anne Guilfoyle-Charlton.

She and her two siblings, Jane Guilfoyle-Ward and Frank Guilfoyle, stopped by the Museum of Aviation during their visit to the city named after their grandfather, General Augustine Warner Robins.

Robins is known as the Air Force's "father of logistics."

The city and base were named after him after his former aide urged community leaders to rename the town in 1942.

11-year-old girl shot in Warner Robins

An 11-year-old was found shot at a home in the 500 block of Diggs Boulevard in Warner Robins Thursday around 8:19 p.m.

According to a news release from the Warner Robins Police Department, the girl was taken to Navicent Health, where she is listed in stable condition.

Neighbors say they shooting occurred at 508 Diggs Boulevard.

Two people shot by neighbor in Houston County


Houston County Sheriff's deputies say two people were shot by their next door neighbor at a home on Long Street just after midnight Sunday.

According to a news release from the sheriff's office, deputies found 38-year-old Curtis Noles and 34-year-old Lakeeva Smith, both of Warner Robins, with gunshot wounds at their home, located at 127 Long Street.

Deputies say they were shot by their next door neighbor, 59-year-old Ronnie Glover.

Investigators discovered Glover and Noles had been involved in a heated argument before the shooting. The release states Glover then went to his house at 126 Long Street, got a gun, came back and shot Noles in the chest and left leg. Smith was also shot in the back of her left leg.