Shots fired at Warner Robins home

According to an incident report officers responded to a home in 100 block of Dudley Drive in Warner Robins.

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WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Warner Robins police are investigating a shots fired call that happened around 10:45 Sunday morning.

According to an incident report officers responded to a home in 100 block of Dudley Drive in Warner Robins.

According to police, a woman tried to shoot into a home, and there were children present.

No one was injured.

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