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Teens arrested in assault on catering employee

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany Police have charged one teen and charges are pending against another in the August beating of a 68-year old man.

Albany Police located a juvenile they wanted to speak with about the August 12th attack on Raymond Tilley around 4:00 p.m. Friday afternoon.

Police also apprehended 19-year old Andrew Jamal Gadson.

After interviews, Albany Police have charged Jamal with aggravated assault, aggravated battery, robbery, possession of a tool during the commission of a crime and probation violation.

The 16-year old has been taken to the Regional Youth Detention Center and is charged with four counts of entering a auto. Charges are pending in the assault incident.

Police say Raymond Tilley was assaulted as he prepared to open Dinner Bell Catering around 4:30 in the morning on August 12th.

WALB News 10 will have more on this story tonight at 11 on WALB NBC and after the college football game on WALB ABC.

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