Man injuried in south Albany shooting on Sunday

Shooting victim in fair condition Monday following weekend aggravated assault

Photo by J.D. Sumner

Photo by J.D. Sumner

ALBANY —An aggravated assault incident in south Albany resulted in a shooting victim being sent to Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital on Sunday afternoon, officials with the Albany Police Department say.

Phyllis Banks, spokeswoman for the APD, said officers responded to the 600 block of Tulsa Lane in reference to a fight in progress at around 2:30 p.m. on Sunday. Once on the scene, Korrin Davis, 19, was discovered laying on the ground in the 1700 block of Gadsden Drive. While conducting an initial investigation, officers learned the victim had been shot in his left upper arm by an unknown male with an unknown caliber handgun.

Davis was transported to Phoebe for treatment. He remained there in fair condition on Monday afternoon, a hospital spokeswoman said.

As the on-scene investigation continued, officers learned that several men, including the victim, had been fighting on the 600 block of Tulsa Lane and one of the men pulled out a handgun and shot Davis. A vehicle at the fight location had been shot and damaged as well. No suspects were identified and no arrests have been made as of Monday, Banks said.