When Ryan Murphy showed up at work Tuesday morning at Labor Finders on Mercer University Drive, his boss told him there were no jobs for him that day.
Murphy, 26, offered a co-worker, Robert Hawkins, a lift home.
Hawkins, 22, lives on Forest Avenue.
When the two got there, according to a Macon police report, they talked for a few minutes and then Hawkins went inside only to emerge moments later.
It was shortly after this that Ryan said Robert pulled a black, short-barrelled .357 (caliber) revolver from his back pocket, pointed it at him, and demanded his wallet, a police report of the 9 a.m. incident said.
Ryan complied and in the exchange the wallet was dropped. Ryan said Robert picked up his money and ran back into his house. Ryan picked up his wallet and $10 that fell out, got back into his car and drove away.
After calling police, Murphy, the reported noted, repeatedly refused to prosecute.