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Children of the cornbread UPDATE!! Bibb NAACP asking for release, reduced charges for Walmart suspects
I don’t feel bad for these kids they have been cussing me out on my video all weekend long,
if you’re grown enough to do the crime, then sit yo ass down and do the time, now with that being said they should get no more than 3-6mths in bootcamp
after all no one was killed or hurt thank God!
The Macon-Bibb County Branch of the NAACP says the charges against five people arrested for vandalism at a Macon Walmart are too severe.
Gwenette Westbrooks, president of the organization, said the parents of the suspects reached out to her asking for help.
The five are charged with felonies including rioting, damage to property, and street gang activity. They all remain in jail.
“Their bonds are too high,” Westbrooks said in a telephone interview with 13WMAZ. “We’re asking for their bonds to be reduced and we’re asking for them to be released … they’re not being treated fairly.
“It’s not gang related,” Westbrooks added. “Just because more than three people are together doesn’t mean they’re in a gang.”
The bond for Kharron Nathan Green, 17, is set at $11,200, according to the county jail website. Twenty-year-old Lekelvin Lamont Renfroe’s bond is set at $5,900. Bonds have not been set for Hajj-Malik Markaveli Renfrone, 18, Vashaun Chandler Rozier, 18, and a 16-year-old juvenile.
Dozens more are expected to be arrested in the case in which 40 to 50 teens stormed the Zebulon Road Walmart after midnight on June 28 running down aisles and pulling merchandise off of the shelves.
They caused more than $2,000 worth of damage, according to the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office.
here is my video addressing the children of the cornbread!