Only News 12 spoke with the families minutes after the teenagers turned themselves in.
Businesses and people alike were still smiling this morning after having a great and safe time last night at this month's First Friday. It was a much different scene since last month's shooting injured six people.
It was a tense moment for Yearby Foston's family as deputies finally escorted him off the Fifth Street bridge trestle after an hour-long standoff Friday afternoon.
Videos posted on Facebook show a down-and-dirty brawl in Burnettown. Now, officers are cracking down. They've already made a couple arrests, and they're looking to make a lot more.
Deputies say Yearby Foston hit her in the face with a pistol and then held her at gunpoint. He then told her to undress. She refused and then he hit her several more times.
Neal will be traveling to law schools at the University of Georgia, Emory, Mercer and Georgia State. He will be required to speak for one hour a year for three years at each school, in addition to his community service.