Bibb County Sheriff’s Deputy Tony Moss assists investigators in identifying suspects related to recent attempts to burglarize Eagle Gun Range located at 109 Woodfield Drive. The incidents occurred on July 12, 2017 and July 13, 2017. The back door of the business had been damaged as the suspects attempted to make entry. Deputy Moss reviewed video footage from the attempted burglaries at the business and recognized suspects in the videos.
Deputy Moss located two of the suspects who were juveniles and transported them to the Criminal Investigative Division for questioning by Property Crimes Investigators. During the investigation, information was received on two more suspects. Those two suspects were also juveniles. Their parents were contacted by investigators and the juveniles were brought to the Criminal Investigative Division for questioning. All four juveniles were arrested after being questioned for criminal attempt to commit burglary. Upon contacting the Juvenile Intake Officer on the suspects, the 14 year old male juvenile and 12 year old male juvenile picked up by Deputy Moss were taken to the Macon Regional Youth Detention Center. The other 13 and 14 year old male juveniles that were brought to the investigations office were given court dates and released to the custody of their parents.
These incidents are currently under investigation. Anyone with information in reference to either incident is urged to contact the Bibb Sheriff’s Office at 478-751 -7500 or Macon Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-877-68CRIME.