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Albany-Dougherty County Police/Fire/EMS reports — Feb. 6-7, 2018

February 8, 2018 GMT

ALBANY POLICE: The Albany Police Department responded to at least 27 calls on Tuesday and the early hours of Wednesday, according to available reports. Incidents included:

— Battery in relation to family violence on the 1400 block of West Lincoln Avenue;

— Burglary in the first degree on the 1100 block of West Waddell Avenue;

— Burglary in the second degree on the 900 block of Cedar Avenue;

— Criminal trespass on the 2700 block of Dawson Road, the 300 block of Station Crossing Drive, the 1000 block of Cleveland Street, the 900 block of Cherry Avenue and on the 2000 block of Broad Avenue;

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— Disorderly conduct on the 1900 block of Ridgemont Road and the 300 block of Highland Avenue;

— Forgery of a financial transaction on the 2000 block of Oglethorpe Boulevard;

— Forgery in the first degree on the 2400 block of North Slappey Boulevard;

— Injured person on the 1300 block of West Whitney Avenue;

— Lost property on the 100 block of Merritt Street;

— Miscellaneous property damage on the 200 block of West Oglethorpe Boulevard;

— Simple battery on the 100 block of Oak Street, the 1300 block of Radium Springs Road and the 2500 block of Pheasant Drive;

— Suspended or revoked driver’s licenses on the 100 block of West Oglethorpe Boulevard and the 2400 block of Sylvester Highway/Mock Road;

— Terroristic threats and acts on the 200 block of North Monroe Street;

— Thefts by taking on the 200 block of West Roosevelt Avenue, the 400 block of Clark Avenue and on Georgia Power Road;

— Theft by shoplifting on the 2500 block of Dawson Road;

— Warrant service report on the 2000 block of Tompkins Avenue.

DOUGHERTY POLICE: The Dougherty County Police Department responded to at least 24 incidents on Tuesday and into early Wednesday, available reports show. Incidents included:

— Animals running at large on the 3900 block of Moultrie Road, the 2900 block of Thrasher Avenue, the 800 block of Shelton Drive and the 1900 block of Covey Road;

— Suspicious person on the 1500 block of Dorough Ave.;

— Attempt to contact on the 5600 block of Old Dawson Road;

— Inhumane treatment of an animal on the 300 block of Elizabeth Ave.;

— Unknown problem on the 2700 block of Quail Run Drive;

— Theft by taking on the 3700 block of Radial Ave.;

— Alarm burglaries on the 2500 block of Morehouse Lane and the 6000 Old Dawson Road;

— Contact person on the 1800 block of the Liberty Expressway, the 5400 block of Paulk Drive and the 1700 block of Eight Mile Road;

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— Family violence on the 1800 block of the Liberty Expressway;

— Traffic stop on the 2900 block of Sylvester Road;

— Personal welfare check on the 200 block of Holly Drive;

— Auto accident at the intersection of the Liberty Expressway Southeast and Honeysuckle Drive and the 4600 block of Gillionville Road;

— Follow-up report on the the 2100 block of Habersham Road;

— Forgery in the first degree/theft by deception on the 2200 block of Gillionville Road;

— Discharging a firearm on the 1100 block of Butternut Avenue.

ALBANY FIRE: The Albany Fire Department responded to at least 18 calls on Tuesday into the early hours of Wednesday, available reports show. Incidents included alarm activations, unauthorized burnings, brush fires, a wooden fence fire, EMS assistance, a motor vehicle accident, a building fire, shorted electrical equipment and police assistance.

DOUGHERTY EMS: On Tuesday, Dougherty County Emergency Medical Services responded to a total of 63 calls, available reports show. Incidences included 50 medical calls, 12 trauma calls and and one medical alert activation. Medical calls included three chest pain calls, eight respiratory issues, one abdominal pain problem, 25 general sickness calls, one diabetic issue, two seizure calls, two mental health/abnormal behavior calls, four cardiac arrests/deaths and four unknown problems/men down. Trauma calls included one overdose, three auto accidents, five falls, one laceration and two assaults.

— Compiled by Jennifer Parks and Cindi Cox