Christy Fisher Death, Obituary – After being discovered in a field in Warner Robins on Thursday, a woman was determined to have been fatally shot, according to a statement that was released by the Warner Robins Police Department as a news release on that day. According to the reports, the police received a call at approximately one in the morning about a person who had been shot in the 100 block of Wallace Drive.
When the police arrived, they found a woman who had been shot and she was in critical condition. According to the statements made by the Warner Robins Fire Shift Commander, Russell Oakley, the emergency personnel attempted to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on the female patient. According to the notice, the woman was taken to Houston Medical Center, but she did not survive her arrival there; she was pronounced dead just before 2 in the morning.
Christy Fisher, who was thirty years old and originally from Macon, has been identified as the person who was found dead in Houston County, according to James Williams, the coroner for that county. It was determined that a man needed to be detained. Another male individual who was described as a victim left the premises and went in a different direction.
The officers had a theory that the incident began at a separate location and then moved to Wallace Drive from there as it proceeded. The Warner Robins Police Department is currently engaged in a thorough search for a second victim, during which they are seeking to both identify and locate them. James Williams, the coroner, stated that the investigation being conducted by the police is ongoing.