ALBANY, Ga. -- A two-vehicle collision sent a child to the hospital and injured four others around 6:45 a.m. Thursday, according to Albany Police Department reports.
All victims from the crash treated at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital were discharged Thursday, a hospital spokeswoman said.
Johnny Reddick Jr. drove his 1995 Honda Civic out of a Home Run convenience store with his headlights off and failed to yield to traffic on the 3300 block of Gillionville Road, police reported.
The report added that the Civic collided with Carl A. Taylor's 2007 Dodge Charger that was heading west on Gillionville. Taylor had three children in his car: Cameron Moore, 7; Karron Moore, 4, and Jamaron Edwards, 3.
Reddick was cited for no headlights and failure to yield, reports stated. Taylor was cited for no proof of insurance and not having two children in child restraints, reports added.
In a series of dangerous driving events unrelated to the Gillionville Road crash, police reports stated that three drivers reported having objects thrown at their vehicles while on the 100 block of West Oakridge Drive.
According to three police reports, about midnight Wednesday, Robert Williams was driving a 2013 Peterbilt gas truck when its passenger side window was hit by "an unknown object" thrown from the side of the road.
About a minute later, Derrick Bailey and Shonta Coleman were in a 2001 GMC Yukon when someone threw something at the front windshield.
Within seconds, James Terinson drove another 2013 Peterbilt gas truck along the 100 block of Oakridge Drive, where an object thrown from the side of the road broke out the passenger side window.
The three incidents are all under investigation as terroristic threats and acts by Albany police.