ALBANY -- Albany police responded to at least 15 incidents Monday and early Tuesday, according to available police reports. Police responded to incidents including:
-- Deceased person on the the 200 block of West Third Avenue;
-- Disorderly conduct on the 500 block of West Oglethorpe Boulevard;
-- Entering automobile on the 1400 block of Stuart Avenue;
-- Pointing a firearm at another, a man reported another man pointed a handgun at him on the 2300 block of East Oglethorpe Boulevard;
-- Criminal trespass, a tire of a 1995 Chevrolet K1500 was slashed on the 2500 block of North Slappey Boulevard;
-- Interference with 911 calls (family violence) on the 2200 block of Tompkins Avenue;
-- Assault (family violence) on the 1200 block of 10th Avenue;
-- Domestic (unfounded) on the 200 block of Ingleside Drive.
DOUGHERTY POLICE: Dougherty County police responded to at least 10 calls, according to available police reports.
Police responded to incidents including:
-- A probable cause search for marijuana turned up negative on the 100 block of North Slappey Boulevard;
-- Animal investigation regarding a brown, boxer dog that attempted to bite a woman on the 700 block of River Chase lane;
-- A vehicle crash on the 7500 block of Gillionville Road led to citations of a driver for leaving the scene, failure to maintain lane and reckless driving;
-- Burglary of a residence, theft of a $200, 25-inch television and a $197.50, desktop computer on the 3300 block of Sylvester Road;
-- Vehicle search at the intersection of Moultrie and Mock roads led to negative results.
DOUGHERTY EMS: Emergency medical services responded to 67 calls on Monday. There were 51 medical calls, 12 trauma calls and four other calls. Medical calls included five chest pains, nine respiratory problems, two faintings, two altered mental state, two diabetic complaints, one seizures, two mental problems, two possible strokes, five miscellaneous pain calls, three cardiac arrests and 18 various medical. Trauma calls included 10 vehicle crash injuries and two falls. Other calls are typically standby for other units and patient transport.
-- Compiled by Pete Skiba