Fire station vandalized

ALBANY, Ga. — An East Albany fire station was among the criminal trespass locations over the weekend, reports available from the Albany Police Department show.

A police report on the vandalism of Albany Fire Department Station No. 7 on North Mock Road indicates that the incident took place sometime between 8 p.m. on Saturday and 7:20 a.m. on Sunday.

A narrative from the report states that an officer made contact with an AFD employee, who said that someone had damaged two windows of the building without permission. The officer assessing the scene reportedly observed small bullet holes in two of the station’s southside windows, which appeared to have been shot with a pellet gun.

The damaged was determined to be less than $500, the report said. There were no known suspects or witnesses at the time the report was filed.

A similar incident took place at 633 W. Society Ave., reports show.

A report on that incident, determined to have occurred between 10:30 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. on Sunday, said that someone had shot the rear left window out of a 1998 Ford Expedition.

The complainant, identified in the report as Terrance Billings, stated that he did not have any enemies there and does visit the location from time to time. He also said that the cost of the window was about $400.

Photos of the vehicle were taken for evidence. The report narrative states that there were no shell casings collected. The officer reportedly observed what appeared to be evidence of a shot at the bottom of the window, which caused it to shatter.

The case remains active.