Monday, Aug. 31, 2015    Login | Register           

3 women beat up, rob Decatur man

A Decatur man who travelled to Fayette County on Feb.19 to meet women he met on the Internet got a bit more than he bargained for. After driving the three 18-year-old Fayetteville women to a sparsely populated area of south Fayette County at their request, the man was beaten, robbed, threatened with a knife and had his car stolen.

Brianna Gibson, Keanna Gibson and Allawni Ford were charged with two counts of armed robbery, aggravated assault, hijacking a motor vehicle, and kidnapping, said Sheriff Barry Babb. Keanna Gibson and Brianna Gibson are sisters, Babb said.

Babb said deputies on Feb. 19 responded to a robbery call off Inman Road. Deputies were met along the roadside by the Decatur man who said he met the three female perpetrators on the Internet. He traveled to Fayetteville to meet one of the women at an apartment complex, but found all three there when he arrived, said Babb.

For unknown reasons the man and the three women entered his vehicle, where the women at their request led him to Weldon Place off Inman Road in south Fayette County, Babb said.

It was at that location the man was supposed to drop the women off. The three women exited the vehicle, but two of them came around to the driver’s door and began punching the man, Babb said. He was pulled from the car and struck several more times before being threatened with a knife. The women demanded his wallet and keys. After he gave the women what they demanded, they took his car and fled the scene, said Babb.

The man used his cell phone to call for assistance, Babb said.

The man suffered numerous lacerations during the altercation, said Babb.

Babb said investigators quickly identified the women and made the arrest. The three are currently housed in the Fayette County Jail.



G35 Dude's picture


You can't use logic with an illogical person.

G35 Dude's picture

[quote]For unknown reasons the man and the three women entered his vehicle, where the women at their request led him to Weldon Place off Inman Road in south Fayette County, Babb said.[/quote]

If we think real hard we may be able to come up with a reason. I mean, if you believe in the hereafter then you probably know what he was here after.

You can't use logic with an illogical person.

PTC Observer's picture

can't cure stupid.

Celebrate diversity???? The thug culture continues to migrate.....

fayette77's picture

I'd like to thank this Craigslist customer for coming all the way down from Decatur to help clean Fayetteville of these 3 pieces of garbage. He should get the key to the city.

Ad space area 4 internal


Department of Driver Services Commissioner Rob Mikell announced an important milestone for a program that streamlines the licensing process for troops, veterans and dependents with previous motorcy

Sponsored Content


When I was a kid growing up in Kingsport, Tenn., my next-door neighbor, and a few years older than me, was Lonnie Bailey. He was the coolest guy I knew.


The 26th Annual Native American Festival & Powwow, sponsored by the Butts County Historical Society, is scheduled for Sept. 12-13 at Indian Springs Hotel/Museum, 1807 Hwy. 42 S.


Northgate 45, Shaw 0 Pace Academy 34, Our Lady of Mercy 3 Starr's Mill 21, Whitewater 7 Jonesboro 17, Sandy Creek 15 East Coweta 35, Arabia Mountain 28


The 39th annual Tyrone Founders Day Festival will include a first-ever Amateur BBQ Cook-Off Contest scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 12, 3-8 p.m. at Shamrock Park, 947 Senoia Road.