ALBANY -- Albany police responded to at least 27 incidents Wednesday and early Thursday, according to police reports. Police responded to incidents including:
-- A 2008 Chevrolet Malibu struck the rear of a 1999 Ford F-250, flipped over and came to rest on the westbound lane of Liberty Expressway at about 9:10 a.m. Wednesday, a police report stated.
There were no injures to Kevin Jordan, 36, of Sasser, the driver of the Ford F-250 or to Derrick Morris, 18, of Leesburg, the Malibu driver, police reports added.
The westbound lane was closed for about 25 minutes while the scene was cleared. Charges in the case are pending, the report stated;
-- Lost property, a man on the 800 block of Mitchell Avenue could not remember where he left his .38-caliber handgun, a police report stated;
-- Robbery by force on the 700 block of Seventh Avenue;
-- Terroristic acts and threats on the 1800 block of South Madison Street;
-- Burglary on the 500 block of Deer Court;
-- Interference with an officer, a man urinating in the bushes on the 2600 block of Dawson Road gave three different names to police and was arrested;
-- Burglary, theft of electronics on the 300 block of South Jackson Street;
-- Simple battery on the 300 block of Station Crossing Drive;
-- Burglary on the 2000 block of Dawson Road;
-- Possession of less than an ounce of marijuana on the 2000 block of Dawson Road;
-- Aggravated assault two counts on the 2600 block of Gillionville Road;
-- Terroristic threats and acts on the 1800 block of West Oglethorpe;
-- Animals at large, two white Akita/Retrievers loose on the 1700 block of 12th Avenue;
-- Domestic (unfounded) on the 1300 block of Radium Springs Road and the 900 block of Cherry Avenue.
DOUGHERTY POLICE: Dougherty County police responded to at least 11 calls, according to police reports.
Police responded to incidents including:
-- Theft of more than $200 worth of building materials on the 3600 block of Blue Springs Road;
-- Domestic on the 400 block of South Westover Boulevard.
DOUGHERTY EMS: Emergency medical services responded to 54 calls on Wednesday. There were 38 medical calls, 14 trauma calls and two other calls. Medical calls included, two chest pains, four respiratory problems, nausea vomiting, one altered mental state, four diabetic complaints, two seizures, one obstetrics, one mental problems, one allergic reaction, four miscellaneous pain calls, one cardiac arrest, one stroke symptoms and 16 various medical. Trauma calls included five vehicle crash injuries, eight falls and one fights/assaults. Other calls are typically standby for other units and patient transport.