ALBANY, Ga. -- The Albany Police Department responded to at least 25 incidents Monday. The reports included:
-- Criminal trespass on the 100 block of North Slappey Boulevard and on the 600 block of West First Avenue;
-- Aggravated assault on the 2400 block of Nottingham Way and on the 1900 block of South Riverview Circle;
-- Domestic dispute (unfounded) on the 900 block of Rosedale Avenue;
-- Armed robbery on the 1100 block of Clark Avenue;
-- Burglary on the 300 block of Forrestal Lane and on the 1800 block of Marbury Lane;
-- Theft by shoplifting on the 1000 block of West Gordon Avenue and on the 2700 block of Dawson Road;
-- Theft by taking on the 1300 block of Mobile Avenue;
-- Deceased person on the 300 block of West Mercer Avenue;
-- Criminal damage to property in the 2nd degree on the 300 block of Pine Avenue;
-- Disorderly conduct on the 1200 block of Firestone Lane;
-- Texting while driving on the 600 block of South Jefferson Street.
DOUGHERTY POLICE; The Dougherty County Police Department responded to at least 10 calls on Monday. The incidents included:
-- Auto accident (deer) at GA 234 and Weymouth Drive;
-- Domestic violence on the 2000 block of South County Line Road;
-- Auto accident at GA 133 and Honeysuckle Drive.
ALBANY FIRE: The Albany Fire Department responded to 19 incidents from Sunday through early Tuesday. The reports included grass fires, a cable in the roadway, fire in a barrel, shorted electrical equipment and a trash fire.
DOUGHERTY EMS: Dougherty EMS responded to 89 calls on Monday. The reports included 60 medical calls, 24 trauma calls and five "other" calls. The medical calls included 10 for chest pain, seven for respiratory issues, one for a diabetic issue, three for seizures, one for an OB/labor issue, two for mental health, three for miscellaneous pain, two for cardiac arrests, two for possible stroke symptoms and 29 various medical calls.
The 24 trauma calls included 17 for auto accident victims, six for falls and one for a laceration. The five "other" calls included two for back-up units and three medical alert calls.
-- Compiled by Jennifer Maddox Parks