Bibb County Sheriff’s Investigators made two arrests today in reference to the attempted commercial armed robbery and aggravated assault that occurred on November 10, 2015 at Dominos Pizza located at 4682 Forsyth Road. Investigators followed up on information that led them to 22 year old Warrell Quincy Tyson and 23 year old Jasmine Nicole Holt, both from Macon.

Tyson and Holt were picked up by investigators earlier this afternoon and transported to the Bibb County Sheriff’s Criminal Investigations Division to be questioned. After being interviewed, Tyson and Holt were both charged with criminal attempt to commit robbery and aggravated assault. Tyson was the male suspect that entered the business attempting to commit the robbery. Holt was reported to have taken Tyson to the business and waited for him. At the time Holt was also employed by Dominos Pizza at this location as a delivery driver.

Original Media Release:

The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an attempted commercial armed robbery that occurred Monday night just before 11:30PM at Domino’s Pizza located at 4682 Forsyth Road.  It was reported that a black male entered the store carrying a revolver. The suspect walked to the back of the store where the employee was standing and demanded the employee give him money. The employee and the suspect got into a physical altercation. The employee was shot by the suspect as they were tussling inside the store. The suspect ran out of the store towards the rear of the business.

The employee, 27 year old Timdra Rutledge was shot once in the abdomen. He was transported to the Navicent Health Medical Center where he was treated for the gunshot wound and released. No money was taken during the attempted robbery and no further information is available on the suspect at the present time.

The incident is currently under investigation. Anyone with information in reference to this incident is urged to contact the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at 478-751-7500 and ask to leave a message for the on-call Investigator or Macon Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-877-68CRIME.