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Police make 4 arrests, issue 3 warrants for recent Albany shootings

The Albany Police Department has made four arrests and issued three warrants in several shooting investigations in the city. (Source: Dougherty County Jail) The Albany Police Department has made four arrests and issued three warrants in several shooting investigations in the city. (Source: Dougherty County Jail)
(Source: Dougherty County Jail) (Source: Dougherty County Jail)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Albany Police Department has made four arrests and issued three warrants in several shooting investigations in the city.

On Tuesday, June 27, a man was shot in the leg on McArthur Street. 

Police have arrested Arnold Hall Jr., 37, and TiCorey Frazier, 21 in connection to this crime. Hall is charged with aggravated assault. Frazier is charged with aggravated assault and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Warrants have been issued for the following people: Kareem Williams, 20, Shon Mallory, 24 and Dontavious Russ, 20. All three are wanted for aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

A man was shot in the parking lot of a convenience store in the 1100 block of Clark Avenue on that Tuesday as well.

Police have identified one suspect and are working to identify the second.

On Monday, July 3 around midnight, a man was shot on West Society Avenue.

Police have arrested Raquiall and Rakeill Thomas, both 21, and are looking for a third suspect.

The investigation into the triple fatal Alberson Drive shooting is still ongoing.

If anyone has any information for any of these shooting investigations, you are urged to contact CrimeSTOPPERS at 229-436-TIPS.

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