ALBANY — Wounding one man, Cameron Jones fired his 40-caliber Glock 23 at intruders leaving his girlfriend’s home at 1805 W. Oglethorpe Blvd. before 8 p.m. Friday, said an Albany Police Department official.
“Jones fired multiple shots at the car and hit one of the suspects in the shoulder,” Phyllis Banks said. “The two other suspects ran away and we are looking for them. I have no description as yet.”
Banks said the injured man, Addonis Warren, 19, stumbled around the block to 309 S. Shadowlawn Drive where he was apprehended. He was transported to a hospital.
At the scene Banks said Shanique Brewer, 21, came home to find a white Ford Crown Victoria in her driveway with the motor running and intruders in her home.
Brewer called her boyfriend, Cameron Jones, who rushed over. As they were entering the front door, the intruders left through the back door. Jones opened fire. His Glock hit the car multiple times. One hit Warren in the shoulder.
Multiple patrol cars responded to the shooting call. At 8:30 p.m. there was no word which direction the remaining suspects fled.
The case remains under investigation. No word on Warren’s condition was immediately available.
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