Police/Fire/EMS Feb. 11, 2001

ALBANY -- Albany police responded to at least 22 incidents Wednesday and into the early hours of Thursday, according to available police reports. Police responded to incidents including:

-- Police report: A man shot 37-year-old Alvin Davis in the forearm and buttocks at about 12:05 a.m. Thursday as Davis stood on his front door step at 924 Crawford Drive. The shooter, described as a black man with a hood covering his head and face ran away.

Davis was taken to Palmyra Medical Center, where he was treated and released, said a hospital spokesman.

Anyone with additional information should call Crime Stoppers at (229) 436-TIPS (8477) or investigations at (229) 431-3288.

The Spanish speaking APD-COP Tip Line is (229) 434-2677.

Crime stoppers is an anonymous tipline. People with information could become eligible for cash rewards.

-- Forgery on the 800 block of 13th Avenue;

-- Theft by taking on the 1500 block of 10th Avenue and the 2500 block of Beachview Drive;

-- Disorderly conduct, a fight on the 1500 block of Whitney Drive;

-- Burglary on the 2300 block of West Gordon Avenue;

-- Entering auto on the 1000 block of West Second Street;

-- Assault (family violence) on the 1300 block of Residence Avenue and the 2400 block of Brierwood Drive;

-- Simple battery (family violence) 800 Cotton Avenue;

-- Domestic (unfounded) on the 900 block of West Lincoln Avenue, the 2100 block of Gordon Avenue, the 900 block of Wheeler Avenue, the 2000 block of Dawson Road and the 2600 block of Gillionville Road;

DOUGHERTY EMS: Emergency medical services responded to 61 calls on Wednesday into the early hours of Thursday. There were 33 medical calls, 23 trauma calls and five other calls. Medical calls included, two chest pains, five respiratory problems, three seizures, two obstetrics, one mental problem, an allergic reaction, three miscellaneous pain calls, two cardiac arrests and 14 various medical. Trauma calls included 14 vehicle crash injuries, six falls, one lacerations and two fights/assaults. Other calls are typically standby for other units and patient transport.