The GBI and the Hancock County Sheriff's Office are following leads tonight in a double homicide investigation.
Tom Davis, Special Agent in charge of the GBI office in Milledgeville, says 34-year-old Darryl Scott and 31-year-old Dedria DeShay Green were killed Sunday night at their home on 141 Tommie Lane, between 9 and 9:30.
Both died from gun shot wounds. Davis says they do have leads, but can't release any information about those at this time.
If you have any information, you're asked to call the GBI at (478)-445-4173.
Students at Georgia College and State University, held a moment of silence early Monday morning across the campus.
They also took time to sign a large cloth sheet, as a way to pen their thoughts about what they remember from 10 years ago.
"It's something that never needs to be forgotten," GCSU senior Jenna Peachtross says.
Jenna wrote 'U.S.A. 'Merica the Beautiful'. She says writing that on a giant cloth is a way to remember how the country came together in response.
"Everybody loves American pride. And that's what you think of when you think of 9-11. Everybody coming together."
More kids were sitting at tables in the outdoor courtyard on campus, creating cards for soldiers and the men and women in uniform. The cards and notes will go to people the students do not know, something Jessica Ramirez says, makes them that much better.
"There's people that don't even know them personally, on a personal level, but they're still seeing these cards from people that they don't know, and we appreciate what they're doing. I think that brings a lot of significance to it," Ramirez says.
Freshman Justin Harris was only in third grade 10 years ago. He is making a card that just says, 'Thank You', on the front cover.
"It's the thought that counts. It's motivation...appreciation of what they're doing," Harris says.
The giant cloth sheet covered with signatures and messages of support, has yet to find a final place for showcase. Students who helped organize the event, say they hope to hang it somewhere in the city of Milledgeville where people can see it every day.
Local leaders honored 28 service men who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Macon Police Chief Mike Burns, Bibb County Sheriff Jerry Modena, and Macon-Bibb Fire Chief Marvin Riggins unveiled three granite memorial plaques.
The Public Safety Memorial Park on 2nd and Mulberry Street in downtown Macon has the names of those service men who lost their lives in the line of duty.
One day after the 10th anniversary of 9/11, leaders say it was the perfect day to honor Bibb County's fallen heroes.
"They left successful businesses and promising careers; a lifetime of dreams they will never have an opportunity to to fulfill," says Chief Riggins.
Steve Bell took his son to Monday's ceremony. "We take for granted how we're protected and kept safe, and we know those who have lost their lives... it really resonates to our hearts to say thank you," says Bell.
Macon Police have caught the person responsible for reporting a fake bomb threat. 23-year-old Christopher Daniel Todd was arrested after calling the Emergency 911 center Sunday night, saying there was a bomb on Presidential Parkway.
The 911 Center supervisor tracked the call and lead police to Todd. He is charged with terroristic threats and probation violation.
Richard O'Neal, the Baldwin County Superior Court employee charged with child exploitation, was released on bond this morning. Baldwin County District Attorney Fred Bright says bond was posted at $25,000.
According to Bright, some of the conditions of his release are:
No contact with any children under the age of 18, except for O'Neal's six year old daughter
No computer access with exception of job searching and financial uses
No contact with Judge Hulane George and employees in her office
Banishment from the Baldwin County Courthouse
O'Neal was only in jail for a little over a week. Bright says this case will be presented to a grand jury.