Shocking Incident! Macon Man Arrested for Firing Shots at Child Baseball Game


The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office has reported that a guy from Macon has been taken into custody following the shooting that occurred on Monday as a result of a disturbance that occurred at a child baseball game.

A man got into a verbal argument with another individual while the game was taking place on Monday at Bloomfield Park, according to the sheriff’s office, which stated that the dispute began. From that point on, it became more serious.

In a statement released by the sheriff’s office, it was stated that “moments later, one of the men began firing shots towards the other male where children were present.” The sheriff’s office reported that the investigation led to the conclusion that Marquize Hogan, who is 35 years old, was the individual who fired the rounds.

Based on the information provided by the sheriff’s office, a guy who was not Hogan’s intended target was hit by a bullet and had injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening. next to the gunshot, Hogan ran away from the scene, but he was taken into custody the next day and charged with thirty counts of aggravated assault, as stated in a news release.

The Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force of the United States Marshals Service apprehended him soon before three o’clock on Tuesday afternoon. His transportation began at the headquarters of the Investigations Department, and he was then moved to the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center, where he was detained without bond.

If you have any information concerning this investigation, you are encouraged to contact the Macon Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-877-68CRIME or the sheriff’s office at 478-751-7500.

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