Aggravated assault leads to counterfeit cash and cocaine for Albany police

Lane was found with 94 counterfeit $20 bills totaling $1880, two stolen weapons, and an undetermined about of cocaine. / Albany Police Department

Albany police made multiple arrests and filed nearly 100 charges on one individual after officers responded to report of a gun being pointed at a man.

Officers say that Corporal Phares Taylor responded Tuesday morning to an aggravated assault call on Westover Boulevard and Meredyth Drive. The victim in the case, 44-year-old Robert E. Hall Jr. reported that 37-year-old Aunterrio Robinson pointed a gun at him.

According to officers, after that incident occurred, Hall pursued a Toyota Camry that Robinson was inside with his F-250. Corporal Taylor obtained sight of the vehicles once arriving in the area and monitored the pursuit from a safe distance while observing their direction of travel. The pursuit between the suspect and victim continued onto the Liberty Expressway to Blaylock and ended at 1st and Swift Avenue where Robinson was taken into custody.

During the pursuit, officers say they learned that a second male, 21-year-old Jamal Lane, may have been inside the Camry with Robinson but jumped out of the vehicle. Lane was apprehended a short while later by Burglary Detective Daryl Jones in the 1300 block of East Society in an alley. Lane was found with 94 counterfeit $20 bills totaling $1880, two stolen weapons, and an undetermined about of cocaine.

Lane has been charged with 94 counts of forgery in the 2nd degree, two counts of felony theft by receiving, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Valdosta police is currently seeking Lane for probation violation.

Robert Hall Junior, Robert K. Hall, and Conseption Watson have all been charged with disorderly conduct as a result of the altercation with Robinson at 1st and Swift Avenue.

Police officials say that information is subject to change as interviews are still being conducted at this time.

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