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Police/Fire/EMS Nov. 6, 2010

ALBANY -- Albany police responded to at least 17 incidents Tuesday into the early hours of Wednesday, according to available police reports. Police responded to incidents including:

-- Truancy on the 900 block of Fifth Avenue;

-- Forgery bogus currency on the 1600 block of Oglethorpe Boulevard;

-- Theft by taking hubcaps from a vehicle on the 2700 block of Homewood Court;

-- Disorderly conduct, a customer became irate about showing identification to buy cigarettes at a convenience store on the 2700 block of Gillionville Road;

-- Disorderly conduct, an irate customer spit at the manager of a store in the Albany Mall on the 2600 block of Dawson Road;

-- Giving false information to an officer on the 1000 block of Flint Avenue;

-- Motor vehicle theft on the 1000 block o East Roosevelt Avenue;

-- Attempted burglary on the 2600 block of Cardinal Street;

-- Burglary on the 1000 block of North Slappey Boulevard;

-- A driver speeding on the 2700 block of Westgate Drive wrecked his car and ran away.

DOUGHERTY POLICE: Dougherty County police responded to at least 14 calls, according to police reports.

Police responded to incidents including:

-- Vehicle crash on the 4000 block of Moultrie Road, the 300 block of South Mock Road and the 4400 block of Sylvester Road;

-- Burglary, theft of $1,000 in cash from a bedroom on the 100 block of Lovers Lane Road;

-- Entering auto, theft of a $1,100 laptop computer on the 2200 block of Pendleton Drive.

DOUGHERTY EMS: Emergency medical services responded to 52 calls on Tuesday. There were 31 medical calls, 20 trauma calls and one other calls. Medical calls included, three chest pains, three respiratory problems, two faints, one diabetic complaint, one seizure, four mental problems, three miscellaneous pain calls and 14 various medical. Trauma calls included 10 vehicle crash injuries, eight falls, one laceration and one fights/assaults. Other calls are typically standby for other units and patient transport.

ALBANY FIRE: Albany firefighters responded to eight calls including:

-- A grass fire, two false alarms, a structure fire with $15,000 in damages, an active alarm, a fire safety program, a vehicle crash and a shorted electric ceiling fan.