Skip to comments.Arrests expected in snow day (racial) fight
Posted on 02/04/2014 7:15:41 PM PST by armydawg505
WARNER ROBINS -- What began as a snowball fight ended in a big brawl.
Police expect to make arrests in connection with the fight that happened at Warner Robins High School while the school was closed due to snow Jan. 29.
Maj. John Wagner, assistant chief for Warner Robins police, said warrants are being sought in connection with the incident, which one of the victims reported shortly before 1 p.m. He said the charges may range from battery to aggravated assault.
About 30 people were participating in the snowball fight when a few of them began to jump on a vehicle in the parking lot, according to a police news release issued Tuesday.
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Warner Robbins.... not necessarily a great place to be
Obama’s sons being Obama’s sons.
Hey, it’s just a bunch of wild & crazy Negroes getting in their 60 minutes of Let’s Move! As the Mooch says, “Kicking whitey’s @$$ burns up to 300 calories.”
walla walla bing bang
It’s usually better when “youts” are involved to wait for the facts to come out before drawing conclusions because more often than not it’s more about some jerk getting his comeuppance in a testosterone saturated encounter than it is about race. I’m forever amazed at kids who have so little to do that they still go to school on an off day.
Wow, lookm at all that snow in the parking lot. No wonder they called off school.
Do those “students” look OLD or is it my imagination?
LOL!!! There WASN”T much snow, was there?? LOL!!!
they do appear to be somewhat older than your average high school students.
perhaps its a continuing education class?....
Todays students are the most pampered generation of....youth....in American History.
I hope that they all got in out of the storm after their little game of tag.
And they called off school starting on Tues here in Warner Robins, when there was no snow at all. But 306 inches were predicted mid day. Can’t please these damn yankees that live elsewhere and know everything. Damned if we do call off school and damned if we don’t. What part of WE ARE NOT PREPARED TO DEAL WITH ICE AND SNOW do you not comprehend? We are not even Atlanta, who failed miserably at this, we have NO supplies of salt and NO trucks to disperse it (except manually) We haven’t had any snow or ice here in about 10 years either.
Warner Robins, a fairly good place to be. I was a Navy wife and have lived all over the U.S. and this is a good place. I’m sorry you can’t trust blacks to lead law abiding, civil lives (you can’t always trust whites either, for that matter) WRHS is in the bad part of town though. Guess which part that is?!!! Every city has it’s Martin Luther King Blvd, this is near that.
For the most part, this is a good place to live.
Thanks Vendome, for the heads up!! I didn’t even hear of this until now!
Warner Robins...A place to be somebody...
Smile. You’re in Warner Robins
My brother lived there years ago and like all towns there is always “the other side of the railroad tracks”.
He did?! You never told me that! Yup, and as always, the “other side of the tracks” includes MLK Blvd. It’s always in the worst section.
make that 3 to 6 inches, NOT 306 inches!!!!!!!
I don’t know when you lived there but times change
it never fails to amaze me how naive so many here are about black culture and black on white violence
it must be nice to have lived ones entire life in such an insular and protected environment
better wake up though y’all
Was one of the guys in the fight named “Junior Barnes” by any chance?
LOOK AT THE DAMN PICTURE!!! geesh.
I’m here now. What’s changed?!
I looked at the picture. I also corrected what I said about the snow. I tend to think anyone with half a brain could have figured out I made a mistake, a typo.
I stand by everything I wrote that wasn’t a typo!
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