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POLICE/FIRE/EMS - July 3, 2010

ALBANY, Ga. -- Albany police responded to at least 45 incidents Thursday into the early hours of Friday, according to available reports. Police responded to incidents including:

-- Burglaries on the 600 block of Ingleside Drive, the 1100 block of Crawford Drive and the 1000 block of West Gordon Avenue;

-- Terroristic threats and acts on the 2600 block of Dawson Road;

-- Entering autos on the 2300 block of Bluewater Drive and the 200 block of West Broad Avenue;

-- Felony theft by taking of an air conditioner on the 1200 block of Radium Springs Road;

-- Possession of less than an ounce of marijuana on the 800 block of West Highland Avenue;

-- Deceased person on the 1000 block of West Fourth Avenue;

-- Drunken driving on the 2800 block of Nottingham Way and the 400 block of Oglethorpe Boulevard;

-- Assaults (family violence) on the 1100 block of Van Deman Street and the 600 block of West Gordon Avenue;

-- Domestic disturbances (unfounded) on the 2000 block of East Broad Avenue, the 500 block of of South McKinley Street, the 500 block of 11th Avenue and the 1500 block of Georgia Avenue;

-- Terroristic threats and acts (family violence) on the 100 block of North Monroe Street;

-- Simple battery (domestic violence) on the 1400 block of East Roosevelt Street;

-- Financial transaction theft (family violence) on the 2200 block of Clark Avenue.

DOUGHERTY EMS: Emergency Medical Services responded to 48 calls on Thursday. There were 36 medical calls, 10 trauma calls and two other calls. Medical calls included three chest pains, one respiratory problem, nausea/vomiting, two altered mental states, five diabetic complaints, two seizures, one obstetrics call, three mental problems, seven miscellaneous pain calls, one cardiac arrest, a choking and 11 various medical calls. Trauma calls included six vehicle crash injuries, two falls, one laceration and one fight/assault. Other calls are typically standby for other units and patient transport.

ALBANY FIRE: Albany firefighters responded to seven calls Thursday including an unauthorized burn, a false alarm, a vehicle fire, a medical assist, an active alarm, arcing power lines and a grass fire.

-- Compiled by Pete Skiba