Fleeing carjacking suspect prompts code yellow security alert at schools

Michael Bonamo, Curtis Croft and Angel Feliciano
Michael Bonamo, Curtis Croft and Angel Feliciano

A chase pursuing a Warner Robins carjacking suspect led Houston County schools to go into code yellow Thursday morning.

At about 7:30 a.m., U.S. Marshals with the Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force served a felony warrant at a home on Elaine Drive, according to a news release from the Warner Robins Police Department.

Authorities had identified Angel Daniel Feliciano, 32, Curtis Lane Croft, 23 and Michael Gray Bonamo, 27, as the suspects in the Oct. 23 carjacking of a pickup at Woodcrest Apartments.

As marshals were on the property, a man matching Feliciano’s description got into a white SUV and drove off.

Marshals chased after him from Elaine Drive to Russell Parkway, south on Houston Lake Road, west on Feagin Mill Road and down Lake Joy Road where Warner Robins police responded to assist the marshals, but did not join the pursuit.

Feliciano got away. He’s described as a Hispanic male about 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighing 185 pounds.

Croft and Bonamo were arrested at another time and charged with carjacking and aggravated assault from the Oct. 23 incident.

Anyone with information about Feliciano’s whereabouts is urged to call Det. Carder Gravitt at 478-302-5380, or phone anonymous tips to Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 877-68-CRIME.

Liz Fabian: 478-744-4303, @liz_lines