Albany Police Investigating Two Overnight Shootings

Photo: Getty Images

Albany Police are investigating two more shootings overnight.

Police say they got a call from Albany Med around 1:15 last night that a 23-year-old man went to the emergency room with a graze wound to the head after being shot near Grand and Elm Streets.

About an hour later around 2:15am, police responded to shots fired near Sherman Street and Lexington Avenue. When police got to the scene they found out a 27-year-old man was shot in the torso and went to Albany Med.

Police say both victims are being treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Police are still investigating both shootings.

These shootings come after Albany Police responded to five shootings in a 24 hour span on Thursday.

34 year old Dwayne Fenner was killed in a shooting on Third Street, and 12 others were shot and injured throughout the day on Thursday.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content