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Albany Police want James Jackson

James Isaac Jackson (DOUGHERTY CO. SHERIFF) James Isaac Jackson (DOUGHERTY CO. SHERIFF)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Albany Police Department has issued an alert for James Isaac Jackson, who is wanted for Aggravated Assault-Family Violence.

APD says that two weeks ago, Jackson entered the home of his live in girlfriend, against her will, and physically assaulted her.

She sustained lacerations to her left arm and lower back, and told officers that she was pushed down the stairs outside the home.

She said James Jackson also held a gun to her head, and threatened to do her harm.

She was taken to the hospital by EMS for treatment.

Jackson is 29, 5' 6", weighs 200 pounds, and has a dollar sign and dice tattooed on his right ankle. His last known address was West Oglethorpe Boulevard.

Anyone with information regarding Jackson’s whereabouts can call Crime Stoppers, at 436-TIPS. The Albany Police Department phone number is 431-2100.

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