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Police/Fire/EMS - April 3, 2012

ALBANY -- The Albany Police Department responded to at least 80 incidents Saturday, Sunday and into the early hours of Monday. The reports included:

-- Driving while license suspended on the 300 block of East Broad Avenue;

-- Theft by taking on the 200 block of East Oglethorpe Boulevard and on the 400 block of West Oglethorpe Boulevard;

-- Disorderly conduct on the 600 block of North Jefferson Street and on the 700 block of West Society Avenue;

-- Missing juvenile on the 500 block of Alice Avenue;

-- Family vi0lence (unfounded) on the 400 block of West Lincoln Avenue and on the 900 block of South Cleveland Street;

-- Domestic violence (unfounded) on the 200 block of Glade Lane and on the 900 block of West Whitney Avenue;

-- Criminal trespass on the 1000 block of Don Cutler Sr. Drive and on the 600 block of West First Avenue;

-- Assault on the 2500 block of South Jackson Street and on the 900 block of West Whitney Avenue;

-- Criminal damage to property in the second degree on the 2200 block of Palmyra Road;

-- Simple battery (domestic violence) on the 1300 block of Baker Avenue and on the 2600 block of Crossbow Court;

-- Theft by shoplifting on the 900 block of Moultrie Road;

-- Stalking on the 100 block of Marie Road;

-- Recovered property on the 200 block of Morningside Drive and on the 600 block of West Society Avenue;

-- Theft of lost or mislaid property on the 1900 block of East Oglethorpe Boulevard and on the 600 block of Burke Avenue;

-- Interfering with a city officer on the 100 block of Marie Road;

-- Burglary on the 1400 block of Owens Avenue and on the 700 block of Burke Avenue;

-- Entering auto on the 600 block of Tulsa Lane and on the 700 block of West Second Avenue;

-- Missing person on the 2000 block of Tompkins Avenue;

-- Simple assault on the 1300 block of East Campbell Street;

-- Confinement of an animal on the 900 block of Beverly Avenue;

-- Loitering and prowling on the 400 block of West Roosevelt Avenue;

-- Vandalism on the 700 block of West Tift Avenue and on the 1400 block of Waddell Avenue;

-- Assault, cruelty to children on the 600 block of West Second Avenue;

-- Theft by receiving on the 1100 block of Avalon Avenue;

-- Terroristic threats and acts on the 1400 block of Avalon Avenue;

-- Domestic dispute on the 200 block of Hillside Drive;

-- Saggy pants on the 800 block of Cotton Avenue and on the 800 block of Corn Avenue;

-- Motor vehicle theft on the 2600 block of Costnor Court;

-- Injured person on the 1200 block of Edgerly Avenue and on the 400 block of Baldwin Drive;

-- Possession of cocaine on the 200 block of Cordele Road;

-- Criminal trespass (domestic violence) on the 500 block of Mitchell Avenue;

-- Simple battery on the 200 block of Pine Bluff Road;

-- Forgery in the first degree on the 200 block of East Oglethorpe Boulevard.

DOUGHETRY POLICE: The Dougherty County Police Department responded to at least 12 calls on Sunday. The reports included:

-- Criminal trespass warning on the 600 block of Holly Drive;

-- Missing juvenile on the 200 block of Hollis Drive;

-- Family violence (verbal) on the 1200 block of Paul Lane;

-- Traffic accident (deer) on Georgia Highway 300 just south of the Worth County line and on Georgia Highway 91 south of Pinyon Drive.

ALBANY FIRE: The Albany Fire Department responded to at least 55 incidents Wednesday through late Sunday. The reports included a trash fire, a structural fire on West Tift Avenue, a warehouse fire, a gas leak, unauthorized burnings, cardiac arrest calls, motor vehicle accidents, tree limbs on power lines, an apartment fire on West Broad Avenue and gas odors.

DOUGHERTY EMS: Dougherty EMS responded to at least 66 calls on Sunday. There were 50 medical calls, 11 trauma calls and five "other" calls. The medical calls included two for chest pain, 1o for respiratory issues, one for fainting, two for diabetic issues, three for seizures, six for mental health issues, three for miscellaneous pain issues, one for choking and 22 various medical calls.

The trauma calls included four for auto accident victims, three for falls, two for fights or assaults and two for other traumas. The five "other" calls were medical alert activations.

-- Compiled by Jennifer Maddox Parks