Bibb County Sheriff’s Patrol Deputies responded to a call of a person shot just before 7:30PM Tuesday evening at 111 Village Road, Village Mobile Home Park. It was reported that deputies came in contact with a Lynette Jackson and her husband, John Jackson, at the mobile home. Hubert Brady, who lives at the mobile home, was found lying on the floor. Mrs. Jackson told deputies that her and husband, went to the mobile home to check on Brady and found him lying on the floor. As the Jacksons were rendering aid to Brady, a subject by the name of John Ferguson entered the home. Mrs. Jackson told deputies that Ferguson, whom she or her husband did not know was acting “crazy” and came towards her in an aggressive manner. Mr. Jackson told Ferguson to get out. Ferguson continued coming towards Mrs. Jackson. Mr. Jackson grabbed a gun that belonged to Mrs. Jackson and shot Ferguson.  After being shot, Ferguson ran out of the back door of the home.

Ferguson was involved in an altercation with his sister, Deborah Ferguson, prior to the shooting incident. The incident involving Ferguson and his sister occurred at Mrs. Ferguson’s mobile home at 287 Westwood Circle. She stated her brother, John Ferguson came into her home and he was very intoxicated. She asked him to leave he became angry, grabbed her and then started choking her. She fought back and was able to get her brother off of her. Mr. Ferguson also busted two windows out of Mrs. Ferguson’s home with his hands before fleeing the home.


Mrs. Ferguson reported also that Brady is the ex-father in law of Mr. Ferguson.

John Ferguson was located a short time after the shooting incident at the Hawaiian Village Mobile Home Park. He was transported to the Navicent Center by ambulance for his injuries. He listed in stable condition.

Once he is released from the hospital, Ferguson is being transported to the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center for the charges of Battery-Family Violence, Cruelty to Children-Family Violence Second Degree and Criminal Trespass-Family Violence. No charges are being made against Mr. Jackson at this time.

Anyone with any information in reference to this incident is urged to contact the Bibb Sheriff’s Office at 478-751-7500, ask to leave a message for an “on-call” investigator or call Macon Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-877-68CRIME.