Macon Teen Pleads Guilty to Aggravated Assault, Not Murder

9:18 PM, Mar 20, 2013   |    comments
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Robreon Lee

A Macon teen, who police said was responsible for two shootings within days of each other in 2011, pleaded guilty today to one count of aggravated assault.

But the murder charge on one of those shooting incidents was dismissed, that's according to Sandra Matson of Bibb County's District Attorney's office. 

18-year-old Robreon Lee got sentenced to 15 years and has to serve five of those in prison under gang conditions. Lee pleaded guilty to the first shooting incident, which happened at a bus stop on Virginia Drive on August 24, 2011, where two Westside High students were shot. 

Lee was also charged with murder for a shooting at birthday party that killed Arquentris Fountain that happened three days later.

Matson says they dismissed those charges because victims and witnesses weren't fully cooperative with the District Attorney's Office.

She also says another reason why charges were dismissed was because Lee pleaded guilty to aggravated assault in the first shooting. 

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