Officers were called to an alley in the 1100 block of Radium Springs Road Saturday night just after 8:00 PM.
That was where 65-year-old Carolyn Parker told police that a juvenile attacked her son. Parker's son had several cuts to his right hand. Police questioned a suspect in this case.
Albany police are also looking into an incident that left another man injured on Wheeler Avenue.
Police were called to Bethel Apartments after a man there was cut several times in the face with glass.
Officers there were told that 48-year-old Rosemary Humphrey cut 45-year-old Jessie Lee Toomer. This case is still under investigation.
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