A Macon neighborhood responds to the shooting death of a man who was found early Saturday morning near Eisenhower Parkway.
Emma-Jean Jackson says a neighbor called her after hearing gunfire.
When Jackson ran outside, she found a 22-year-old man lying in a public park near the corner of Zinnea and May Avenue bleeding from the head.
"I asked him what his name was and he was mumbling," says Jackson. "He was saying 'momma.'"
That's when she dialed 911.
"I couldn't understand why they would do him like that. Leave him like that, didn't call nobody," says Jackson.
Robbie Moye was taken to the Medical Center with a gunshot wound to the head. Bibb County Coroner, Leon Jones, pronounced him dead at 10:30 p.m Saturday.
Melvin Flowers works at a gym in the park and says Moye stopped by often.
Flowers expected to see Moye that day but he never showed up.
"I was coming to meet the kid here at the center in this area and I saw that it was roped off down there," Flowers says.
The news of Moye's death rippled through the neighborhood shocking friends and strangers.
It'll make you nervous, but you've gotta live somewhere," says George Porter, who lives in the neighborhood.
"Sometimes you'll be scared to sit on your own porch because people be riding around shooting at things. It feels like the world is coming to the end," says Jackson.
Police are asking anyone with information about the shooting to call Crimestoppers at 1-877-68-CRIME.