WARNER ROBINS -- Few details have been released about the fatal shooting of a Warner Robins man at a Macon residence.
Jennifer Delores Washington, 52, of 1749 Cedar St., was charged with felony murder after Kenneth Cray, 50, was found shot to death inside the residence at 7:46 p.m. Friday.
He came in choking me, and I shot him, Washington was quoted in the police incident report as telling police.
The report did not give a narrative of the events or place the comment from Washington in context. The report does say police could not initially open the bedroom door because Crays body was blocking it on the other side.
Jami Gaudet, Macon police public information officer, stated in an e-mail that no other information was being released because the investigation was ongoing.
Cray, of Terry Kay Circle in Warner Robins, was pronounced dead on the scene. An autopsy showed Cray died of a single large caliber gunshot wound to the chest, Bibb County Coroner Leon Jones said.
Denise Cray of Cordele said she and other family members do not know how her brother knew Washington, or why he was at her home.
Thats a question I have, Denise Cray said.
Gaudet said the pair had some sort of relationship.
Denise Cray said police have not told the family much.
Kenneth Cray, originally from Cordele, was married and had four adult children and four grandchildren, his sister said. He was a medical carrier who picked up and delivered lab specimens for a Macon firm, she said.
He was a family-oriented individual, Denise Cray said of her brother.
He liked to barbecue, play his bass guitar, loved the band Earth, Wind & Fire and served in the Air Force. He also made his living as a truck driver at one time, his sister said.
Its just been a tremendous shock, Denise Cray said. Its just been two months since our mothers passing.
Their mother died Dec. 19, she said.
She noted that it takes a cold, calculated individual to take a persons life.
I hope justice is served, Cray said.
Kenneth Crays widow, Arlene Cray, could not be reached for comment.
J.W. Williams Funeral Home in Cordele is handling funeral arrangements.
Washington was being held without bond in the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center.
Information from Telegraph archives was used in this report.