Police/Fire/EMS - March 3, 2011

ALBANY, Ga. -- Albany police responded to at least 29 incidents Tuesday, according to available police reports. Police responded to incidents including:

-- Theft by taking on the 700 block of West Residence Avenue;

-- Forgery, a stolen blank check cashed on the 2000 block of West Broad Avenue;

-- Injured person, a dirt bike crash on the 1400 block of Blaylock Street;

-- Simple battery on the 2000 block of Coves Court;

-- Deceased person on the 500 block of 15th Avenue;

-- Two counts criminal trespass on the 500 block of South Slappey Boulevard;

-- Criminal trespass on the 400 block of West Lincoln Avenue;

-- Criminal damage to property, theft of copper from an air conditioner on the 1000 block of South Madison Street;

-- Theft by taking an air conditioner on the 900 block of Crawford Drive;

-- Theft by taking on the 1700 block of Gillespie Avenue and the 1400 block of East Lincoln Avenue;

-- Interference with a city officer: a man climbed into a parked patrol car on the 300 block of South Davis Street;

-- Criminal damage to property on the 600 block of West Society;

-- Entering auto on the 500 block of North Jackson Street;

-- Six people were arrested for driving on suspended licenses while on the 300 block of Thornton Drive during a road check. One man was also arrested for probation violation at the road check;

-- Vandalism (family violence) on the 300 block of Davis Street;

-- Domestic (unfounded) on the 2000 block of West Broad Avenue.

LEE SHERIFF: Lee County deputies responded to at least three calls, according to police reports.

Deputies responded to incidents including:

-- Disorderly conduct, assault on the 2800 block of Ledo Road;

-- Two wanted persons on the 2900 block of North Slappey Boulevard.

ALBANY FIRE: Albany firefighters responded to 13 calls Monday and Tuesday, including two vehicle fires, two grass fires, a smoke odor, four activated alarms, an activated carbon monoxide alarm a downed power line, assisting EMS and a false alarm.

-- Compiled by Pete Skiba