A girl in Georgia was shot with her own gun after, police said, she and another woman attempted to rob the two men who were with them in a car.
Officers were called to the 100 block of Fred Drive in Warner Robins after receiving a report about a man being shot around 12.30 a.m. Sunday, Warner Robins The police The Department said in a news release posted on Facebook.
Police said investigators learned that Kyndal Reynolds, 21, and Tywana Antonette Cody, 42, both of Warner Robins, met the two men earlier in the evening. Later, while they were all inside the vehicle, police said Reynolds tried to rob the men.
One of the men attempted to disarm Reynolds and he was shot with his own weapon in the struggle, according to police.
He was taken to Houston Medical Center in Warner Robins, but he was later injured.
Police said investigators identified Cody as collaborating with Reynolds to rob the men. Cody was arrested and faces charges including felony murder and party to a crime aggravated assault. He was being held at a Houston County detention facility.
The men remained at the scene early Sunday and cooperated with investigators, police said. They are not charged.
Meanwhile, a GoFundMe page was set up to raise funds to cover Reynolds ’funeral expenses that described her as an“ amazing ”mother.
“It has a heavy heart that I extend to all of you today,” Akima Rodriguez wrote on the page.
“Many of you may have heard recently that our beloved Kyndal has recently passed away. Kyndal was a wonderful Mother, daughter, sister, niece, granddaughter, and friend who touched the life of those around him.In the midst of his family, he leaves behind his handsome son Keagyn (Kea), his brother Kingston and Mother Heather Reynolds.
“We are all devastated by the loss of Kyndal, and we want to help Heather and her family in any way we can and give Kyndal the memory he should honor his memory and say our last goodbyes.”
A shooting investigation is ongoing, police said.
Anyone with information that could help with the investigation will be asked to call detectives at 478-302-5380 or Macon Regional Crimestoppers 1-877-68CRIME.
The Warner Robins Police Department was contacted for further comment.