Police respond to reports of robberies, aggravated assault

ALBANY, Ga. -- Two robberies and an aggravated assault between two brothers were among the incidents the Albany Police Department responded to Saturday morning into Sunday evening, available reports show.

An armed robbery was reported at 510 Cherry Ave. at 8:16 a.m. on Saturday. The victim told police that, the night before, he approached the residence when two black males exited the residence with handguns and robbed him of a firearm, a cellphone and a wallet, an APD spokesperson said.

A robbery by force took place at 701 Willard Ave. on Saturday morning, reports show.

In that case, the victim reported he was walking home from Henderson Gym at around 11 a.m. when he was approached by three unknown males who used force to take a cellphone.

There were no reports of injuries or information on suspects immediately available Monday for either incident.

Reports from the APD also indicate that there may have been an altercation involving gunfire between two brothers late Sunday.

At around 11:45 p.m. on Sunday, reports show that officers were called to 804 W. Highland Ave. in reference to an aggravated assault. A narrative from the report says an officer made contact with Randall Seay, who said he was trying to leave the residence because he was having a verbal argument with his brother, Johnnie Seay.

"Randall stated as he went to get into his car (that) Johnnie came outside with a silver handgun and fired two shots at him," the narrative continued. "I made contact with Johnnie, who stated Randall was outside causing damage to his truck. Johnnie stated he did not have a gun and he did not shoot at Randall."

The officer reportedly made contact with a neighbor, who said that he did hear two gunshots but did not see anything. The officer wrote in the narrative that he did not see any shell casings on the ground.

The two brothers were taken to the Law Enforcement Center in downtown Albany and the incident was turned over to investigators, the report says.