ALBANY — Albany police responded to at least 41 incidents Thursday and into the early hours of Friday, according to available police reports. Police responded to incidents including:
— Indecent exposure, saggy pants on the 300 block of West Highland Avenue and the 900 block of North Davis Street;
— Burglary on the 1600 block of Gardner Drive, the 500 block of Wells Avenue, the 400 block of South Valencia Drive the 1800 block of Gary Avenue, the 900 block of Friendship Drive and the 1800 block of Sycamore Court;
— Disorderly conduct on the 100 block of Cason Street;
— Entering auto on the 3100 block of Westgate Drive, the 2200 block of Greenoch Avenue, the 500 block of South Slappey Boulevard and the 3500 block of Wicklaw Road;
— Missing juvenile on the 500 block of North Westover Boulevard;
— Forgery on the 2100 block of East Oglethorpe Boulevard;
—Terroristic threats and acts on the 500 block of Drexel Street, the 2300 block of Nottingham Way and the 300 block of Pine Avenue;
— Theft by taking on the first block of Wayne Way and the 400 block of North Magnolia Street.
— Recovered property, two bags of marijuana on the 700 block of West Linden Avenue;
— Assault (domestic) on the 100 block of Cason Street;
— Battery (domestic) on the 700 block of Cantrell Lane;
— Vandalism (domestic) on the 1100 block of Wingate Avenue;
— Domestic (unfounded) on the 200 block of Pinebluff Road, the 1700 block of West Broad Avenue and the 2500 block of North Slappey Boulevard.
DOUGHERTY POLICE: Dougherty County police responded to at least eight calls, according to police reports.
Police responded to incidents including:
— Animal control investigation on the 3300 block of Sylvester Road;
— Child molestation report on the 2100 block of Habersham Road.
DOUGHERTY COUNTY EMS: The Dougherty County Emergency Medical Service responded to 57 calls on Thursday.
There were 35 medical calls, 19 trauma calls and three other calls. Medical Calls: Five chest pains, one cardiac arrest, four respiratory issues, a fainting, a seizure, one choking, a possible stroke, two mental health calls, four miscellaneous pain calls and 15 various medical; Trauma calls: Eight vehicle crash victims, eight falls, two lacerations and one burn. Other type calls are typically medical alerts or standby.
ALBANY FIRE DEPARTMENT: The Albany Fire Department responded to 10 incidents, including two unattended cooking cals, a vehicle crash, a fire prevention program, two vehicle fires, a cardiac arrest, trash bin fire, a bomb threat and a false alarm.