Bibb Sheriff’s Investigators and members of the Southeastern Regional Fugitive Task Force served warrants on a wanted suspect. Warrants were served on 18-year-old Craig Larmont Curry of Macon on Monday. Curry was wanted by the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office and the Mercer Police Department.  Curry was arrested without incident at an apartment, located on Case Street.


  On April 3rd, 2015, it was reported that Curry along with Travis Derrell Adams, Kenyatta Sharroid Jones, Torien Keonte Neal, and Ladarius Dante Washington, assaulted a male in the parking lot off Mercer University Drive and North Atwood Drive. The male victim was originally at a pool party, and got into an argument with one of the above mentioned suspects. The victim left the pool party to avoid further confrontation, but was followed by the five suspects. They reached the “Sparks Cafe” parking lot and a fight ensued. The male victim went to the Coliseum Hospital and was treated for his injuries and then released from the hospital.  The five suspects fled the scene before law enforcement arrived.  During the course of the investigation, the five suspects were identified.  Four of the suspects were arrested prior to Curry’s arrest.  All five suspects are charged with Aggravated Assault- Party to a Crime, Participation in Criminal Street Gang Activity, and Battery.  All five are currently being held in the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center without bond.


  On May 15, 2015 Curry befriended several male teens at a basketball court, located off of Napier Avenue. Curry asked one of the teens for a ride. It was reported that during the ride, Curry brandished a handgun and took the victim’s cellphones.  He also had them take him to an ATM where Curry demanded that the driver withdraw $20.00 cash. Afterwards, the driver was forced to drive to his residence, located in south Bibb, on Manning Mill. Curry forced the teens into the house and then he stole an Xbox 360 and clothes.  Curry then fled the scene on foot.  No one was injured during this incident.

  Curry is charged with the following warrants from this incident: (3cts) Aggravated Assault, (3cts) of Armed Robbery, (3cts) of Kidnapping, and Burglary.


    Mercer University Police also had outstanding warrants on Curry, from an incident that occurred in February, for the charges of Carrying a Weapon (Gun) on School Property, Criminal Trespass, and Escaping After Arrest of Felony Charge.

Curry is currently being held without bond at the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center.