James Richard Lane III, 40, of Warner Robins was sentenced to 90 years in prison Friday for molesting a young teenage girl in 2016 and 2017. Lane, an active member of the U.S. Air Force, faces military discharge proceedings.
The 65th Annual Robins Regional Christmas Parade, Byron Christmas Parade canceled due to expected severe weather Saturday, and because both are on state roadways, no time to reschedule before end of the year, organizers say.
Houston County, Georgia, sheriff’s narcotics investigators have shut down an Ecstasy pill lab and arrested its accused operators. Also seized: 3,799 Ecstasy tablets with a street value of about $18,995 and 2,371 grams of powder Ecstasy worth $39,515.
Unemployment rates slightly up for both Warner Robins and Macon-Bibb County Metropolitan Statistical Areas but overall job market this year has remained “very robust,” according to Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler.
Deandrea Shanise Bailey, of Albany, GA, was arrested Monday on charges from a July 27 shoplifting incident at Victoria Secret at the Galleria Mall in Centerville where she allegedly nearly ran over police officers.
Warner Robins police officer Andrew Hernandez was arrested and charged with battery early Tuesday after a woman was visibly hurt and taken to Houston Medical Center. Hernandez, who has been on the force for three years, is on administrative leave.
The Air Force Advanced Technology and Training Center in Warner Robins, Ga., recently opened in what was once a Publix grocery store. It houses some high tech equipment that will manufacture airplane parts with state-of-the-art techniques.
An annual event at the VECTR veterans training center in Warner Robins, Ga., on Friday will offer veterans a chance to tell their stories. They can also get a free breakfast, free haircut and healthcare screening.
Tina DaSilva talks about Operation Christmas Child, the annual holiday effort, based in Warner Robins, to fill shoe boxes with toys, school supplies and other treats to send to needy children around the world.
Jenny Maas, director of operations for the Museum of Aviation Foundation, said some volunteers believe a house used on the museum's haunted trail actually is haunted, and this may be the last year people will get to experience it.