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Surveillance Video Released of Teens Rioting Inside Macon Walmart
Source WGXA-TV

By Noell Saunders and Noelle Kachinsky
Story Published: Jul 1, 2015 
Story Updated: Jul 1, 2015
MACON, Ga.-- Bibb County Deputies are still looking for nearly 50 teens suspected of ransacking a Macon Walmart store.

     On Wednesday investigators released surveillance video from inside the store on Zebulon Road.
     Walmart managers declined to speak on camera but a spokesperson for all the stores released a statement saying:
     "We are working with the police and their investigation. Our management team responded immediately and contacted the police department. we take the safety of our customers and associates very seriously."

     The sheriff's office says about 1:50 a.m. Sunday a large crowd of people ran into the store and pulled merchandise off the shelves.
     Investigators say they also pulled a man from an electric wheelchair and dragged him onto the floor.
      The teens then ran back out into the parking lot and drove off.
      Lt. Randy Gonzalez with the Bibb County Sheriff's Office calls the crime bizarre.
     " This is my first time ever experiencing something like this happening in my years of law enforcement," Gonzalez said.

     Deputies arrested 17-year-old Kharron Green of Macon on adult charges of criminal damage to property, inciting a riot, and criminal street gang activity.

Kharron Green
     The sheriff's office says Green told an employee in the parking lot they were trying to "do as much damage as possible", but denied being involved in the vandalism.
     Investigators told WGXA they caught Green, because he left his cell phone in the store and returned to the scene to get it.
   Green is charged as an adult with enticing a riot, second-degree criminal damage to property and street gang activity after one of the store cameras shows him throwing up a gang sign.
    If you know who any of the other teens in the video could be, call the Bibb County Sheriff's Office or Crimestoppers at 1-877-68-CRIME.

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