ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – A 33-year-old Albany man is facing multiple charges after a bullet tore through a Broad Street apartment. Terrance Davis-Williams was taken into custody after a resident reported a hole in his wall to Albany Police officers on Thursday morning.
Police claim Davis-Williams was in possession of a handgun which was discharged between the hours of 4:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m on December 11 and caused the damage.
Officers say they also recovered a handgun, which was reported stolen to the Jackson Mississippi Police Department in September 2019.
Davis-Williams is currently facing the following charges:
- Second degree criminal possession of a weapon
- Fourth degree criminal possession of stolen property
- First degree reckless endangerment
He was arraigned on Friday morning and remanded to the Albany County Jail.
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