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Police/Fire/EMS - September 23, 2010

ALBANY, Ga. -- Albany police responded to at least 26 incidents Tuesday into the early hours of Wednesday, according to available reports. Police responded to incidents including:

-- Theft by taking a bicycle on the 1700 block of Broad Avenue;

-- Theft by taking and simple battery on the 1900 block of East Oglethorpe Boulevard;

-- Missing juvenile on the 200 block of Thornton drive;

-- Motor vehicle theft on the 1900 block of South Madison Street;

-- Burglaries on the 900 block of Seventh Avenue, the 400 block of West Highland Avenue, the 400 block of Blaylock Street and the 600 block of West Second Avenue;

-- Theft by taking an air conditioner from a church on the 500 block of Bonnyview Avenue;

-- Financial card transaction fraud on the 2800 block of Nottingham Way;

-- Entering autos on the 500 block of Pine Avenue and the 1900 block of Buck Lane;

-- Domestic disturbances (unfounded) on the 100 block of North West Road, the 2500 block of Brierwood Drive, the 100 block of North Front Street and the 2300 block

of West Gordon Avenue.

DOUGHERTY POLICE: Dougherty County police responded to at least 11 calls Tuesday, according to reports. Police responded to incidents including:

-- Sexual assault (battery) on the 1900 block of Weymouth Drive;

-- Family violence (verbal) on the 1400 block of Mock Road;

-- Criminal trespass; theft of metal siding from a trailer on the 3300 block of Sylvester Road.

DOUGHERTY EMS: Emergency medical services responded to 51 calls on Tuesday. There were 33 medical calls, 10 trauma calls and eight other calls. Medical calls included two chest pains, two respiratory problems, one seizure, two mental problems, one choking, four miscellaneous pain calls, one stroke symptom and 20 various medical issues. Trauma calls included three vehicle crash injuries, six falls and one fight/assault.

ALBANY FIRE: Albany firefighters responded to 11 calls Tuesday including three activated alarms, a call about two children locked in a home, smoke reports, three vehicle fires, an electrical short, gas odor and unattended cooking.

-- Compiled by Pete Skiba