A man is in critical condition after getting shot at a Warner Robins home Monday.
One neighbor says he noticed some strange activity at the home next door.
"I kind of figured something like this would happen but I didn't know it would happen close to me,” said Terrance Kendrick.
He has been living on Evergreen Street for 10 years. Kendrick says up until Monday, nothing violent has happened in his neighborhood.
"I was just shocked because it never happened so close to my home like that,” said Kendrick.
According to the Warner Robins Police Department, officers were called to a home in the 200-block of Evergreen Street around 1 p.m. Monday.
Someone then drove him to the Houston Medical Center in a white van. He was later transferred to the Medical Center, Navicent Health.
"Up in the daytime it was shocking. Now maybe midnight or something I wouldn't have been as surprised, but during the day I was shocked,” said Kendrick.
He says he knows the homeowner, but noticed a lot of people coming in and out of the house next door over the last three or four months.
"We were church members and she talked to me from time to time. It's just a lot of traffic in and out. I don't know who they are or if they're family members or not,” said Kendrick.
But he says the one thing he can say is that he thinks the area may need more police presence in the future, though Kendrick says this one incident does not speak for the whole neighborhood.
"It's more to this neighborhood than that. That's just a bad spot and a bad moment that happened that's all. I think it could've happened anywhere but it just so happened to happen here,” said Kendrick.
Something he says he hopes will be just a once in a decade occurrence in his neighborhood.