Middle Georgia's Most Wanted: Man Gunned Down At Warner Robins Apartments
Warner Robins P.D. Still Investigating Four Year Old Murder
A Warner Robins murder has hit a dead end, but police are working to keep the investigation alive. In this week's Middle Georgia's Most Wanted, police tell WGXA's Tiffaney Bradley about a key piece of evidence that could help solve a four year old murder case.
After years of searching for clues, Ronald Brown's murder investigation remains at a standstill.
Brown was gunned down outside of his Cedar Point apartment on Ignico Drive on August 8, 2008.
Warner Robins Police Department's Spokeswoman, Tabitha Pugh, said a small gang of people knocked on his door around midnight.
" He (Brown) went to open the door, to see who was knocking," said Pugh. " What witnesses say, they heard him struggling with a couple of more people, and then they heard shots fired."
Pugh said investigators believe a fight ensued and Brown was shot several times.
He was then rushed to a nearby hospital where he died.
Witnesses told police they didn't get a good look at any of the suspects.
Pugh said a distinctive baseball cap with the word Pittsburg spread across the front and blind side embroidered on the back was left at the scene.
"We believe that one of the suspects or somebody that was involved in the incident, who probably knows a lot of information dropped that hat," said Pugh.
She says detectives believe Brown's murder is drug related.
Though it's been 4 years now, detectives are still anxious to find the person responsible.
Pugh is urging anyone with information to come forward to help solve Brown's murder.
"What seems to be insufficient information to that person is monumental in helping our detectives solve a case," said Pugh.
If you have any information that could help solve this case, call Crimestoppers at 1(877)-68-CRIME.
You can also call the Warner Robins Police Department's Criminal Investigation Division at (478) 929-6911.