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By Delivrine Registre - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Police are looking for an Albany man who fired shots at his girlfriend while she was holding her infant. Officers were called to 1206 Gillespie Avenue Saturday evening.

That is where Kaleena Brownlee told officers that her live-in boyfriend Roosevelt Washington III fired three shots at her head as she stood in their kitchen.

Brownlee had her nine-month-old son in her arms at the time.

She told officers Washington followed her to a neighbors house as she tried to get away after he stopped her from calling 9-1-1. Washington was not home at the time police responded to the call.

Police are also investigating another dispute at an East Albany park. Officers were called to Grove Park in the 2600 block of Rosebrier Avenue.

25-year-old Sherrod Davis told officers that a teenager known as Keith Graves pulled out a hand gun during an argument.

The report doesn't indicate if any shots were fired, or if anyone got hurt during the incident.Police are still investigating this case.

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