WARNER ROBINS — A Warner Robins man is accused of firing a high-powered BB gun at a woman and striking her in the back of the neck and arm, police said.
Quentavious Anderson, 22, was charged with aggravated assault, a felony, in the May 6 incident, said Houston County sheriff’s Sgt. Ronnie Harlowe.
Adam Ward, 17, of Warner Robins, was charged with misdemeanor battery in the same incident, Harlowe said. Ward is accused of throwing an unknown object at the woman.
The woman had gone to visit her son at his Warner Robins duplex at 314 Brady Drive at Woodland Apartments about 10 p.m. when four males on the porch started to give her a hard time and told her to leave because she was “on their turf,” according to the incident report.
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The woman refused, saying she had come to see her son, who she discovered was not at home. The four taunted the woman and at one point, she was struck in the back of the head with a hard blunt object and also shot with the BB gun, the report said.
The four ran away and the woman left and called 911. She declined medical treatment from Emergency Medical Service and drove herself to The Medical Center of Central Georgia, where she was treated and released that night, Harlowe said.
Anderson was being held Tuesday at the Houston County jail. Ward was free on a $1,100 bond.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Harlowe at (478) 542-2085.