4 shootings overnight left 8 people injured. Macon Police say all the shootings are gang and drug related.
Bobby More said he woke up to a night of gunfire. " Bang, Bang, Bang, and then it was like 3 more bang, bang, bang," says More.
Macon police believe two suspects went on a massive shooting spree on what is being called a "gang holiday".
"We found shell casing from each location and they seem to be the same caliber," says Macon Police Chief Mike Burns.
The drive-by shootings took place in a four hour span. Neighbors near Berkner Avenue says it was a night of terror.
"Folks are actually scared to walk the streets. That's messed up," says More.
According to Macon Police, none of the injures sustained in the shootings are life threatening.
26 year-old Nicholas Brabham was the first victim. He was headed home from the store when he was shot.
"I seen several police cars..area taped off, and they told me a kid had got shot," says James Jackson.
A few hours later shots rang out at a house party on 1448 Berkner Avenue.
According to neighbors, since the tenants moved in a few days ago there have been constant parties. One neighbor tells 41NBC he even called the police the other day.
Neighbors say last night there where dozens of people in the front yard. Macon Police broke up that party and issued several citations before 6 people where injured.
Landlord Steve Rice says he doesn't believe the tenants are involved in gangs, but neighbors say those tenants are gang affiliated.
"Somebody drove up and just started shooting," says Rice.
Police say the number of shootings early Tuesday morning has to do with a Crip event.
"Since it happened on 9-12 we think it was related to that date," says Burns.
Police say 9-12 is the area code where the Crip Gang originated.
It's a date that left 8 wounded, and a community determined to end this cycle of violence.
"We need to do something about guns on our streets," says More.
James Jackson adds, "Surprised no. frightened no I can't be...saddened yes."