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Police/Fire/EMS - Feb. 26, 2010

ALBANY -- Albany police responded to at least 29 incidents Wednesday into the early hours of Thursday, according to available police reports. Police responded to incidents including:

-- Theft by taking, a girlfriend hit her boyfriend in the face and stole money from his pocket on the 400 block of Easeman Drive;

-- Burglary on the 100 block of West Third Avenue, the 500 block of North Washington Street, the 600 block of Johnson Road, the 1600 block of Gail Avenue, the 500 block of South Davis Street, the 1400 block of Van Buren Street;

-- Theft by taking, two black men drove a white pickup truck into a back yard on the 1000 block of West First Street and stole a central air-conditioning unit and copper wire;

-- Theft by taking cash out of a wallet on the 1000 block of North Slappey Boulevard;

-- Entering auto on the 2000 block of Gay Avenue;

-- Simple assault (domestic violence) on the 500 block of Van Buren Street;

-- Simple battery (family violence) on the 2600 block of Colonial Drive;

-- Assault (family violence) on the 900 block of Cherry lane;

-- Domestic (unfounded) on the 700 block of Lincoln Avenue.

DOUGHERTY POLICE: Dougherty County police responded to at least 19 calls, according to police reports.

Police responded to incidents including:

-- Traffic crash involving a deer on Eight Mile Road at Ga. Highway 234;

-- Theft of an $80 air conditioner's fuse on the 2200 block of Duitman Road;

-- Theft (identity) on the 3500 block of Sylvester Road, someone used another man's identity to file for a refund from the IRS.

DOUGHERTY EMS: Emergency medical services responded to 54 calls on Wednesday. There were 45 medical calls, eight trauma calls and one other call. Medical calls included, six chest pains, nine respiratory problems, nausea vomiting, one faint, four altered mental state, three diabetic complaints, two seizures, one mental problems, two miscellaneous pain calls, two stroke symptoms and 15 various medical. Trauma calls included eight vehicle crash injuries, seven falls and one laceration. Other calls are typically standby for other units and patient transport.

-- Compiled by Pete Skiba