ALBANY, Ga. -- Fights between women and men involving knives sent one of each to the emergency room during the Thanksgiving Day holiday.
Tee Williams, 41, and Charlene Molton, no age available, fought at their residence on the 1000 block of Cedar Avenue, said Phyllis Banks, Albany Police Department spokeswoman.
Williams was charged with aggravated assault and taken to Dougherty County Jail, a police report stated.
"It was during the tussle over the knife that her (Molton's) chin was cut," Banks said.
Molton was discharged from Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital, a hospital spokeswoman said.
In another case an ex-girlfriend was accused of cutting her former boyfriend with a knife, sending him to the hospital, a police report stated.
The woman, whose name was unavailable, was charged with aggravated assault for cutting Tiff Hall, 19, while at 110 Adelyn Road, the report added.
Hall was discharged from Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital, a hospital spokeswoman said.
In an unrelated case, Contease McCoy had to duck when she heard gunshots after 1:30 a.m. on the 200 block of East Broad Avenue, a police report stated.
"A black man had a gun and was shooting at the vehicle she was sitting in," the report stated. "She heard the shots, ducked and when she looked up noticed a cracked windshield."
Banks said the case remains under investigation.