ALBANY — Albany police responded to at least 30 incidents Thursday into the early hours of Friday, according to available reports. Police responded to incidents including:
— Inhumane treatment of a malnourished German shepherd puppy left tied to a fence in an area covered by garbage and feces with no water, no shelter and no rabies tag on the 1200 block of Whitney Avenue. The dog was impounded;
— Motor vehicle theft on the 600 block of Sands Drive;
— Thefts by taking on the 1400 block of East Second Avenue, the 1900 block of Palmyra Road and the 2000 block of Palmyra Road;
— Interfering with a city officer on the 800 block of Odom Avenue;
— Entering autos on the 600 block of Sands Drive and the 400 block of North Davis Street;
— Burglaries on the 900 block of Inverness Road, the 100 block of North Slappey Boulevard and the 2000 block of Clark Avenue;
— Injured person on the 2200 block of Jackson Street;
— Domestic call on the 100 block of Marie Road;
— Domestic calls (unfounded) on the 2500 block of North Slappey Boulevard and the 3700 block of Old Dawson Road.
DOUGHERTY POLICE: Dougherty County police responded to at least 18 calls Thursday, according to reports. Police responded to incidents including:
— Vehicle crash into deer on the 4800 block of State Highway 234;
— Vehicle crash on State Highway 3 at Holly Drive;
— Affray on Easy Drive at the Liberty Expressway;
— Burglary on the 2500 block of Radium Springs Road;
— Wanted persons on State Highway 3 at Jefferson Street and on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive at Oakridge Drive;
— Possession of less than an ounce marijuana by two men on the 700 block of Gaines Avenue;
— Inhumane treatment of a horse on the 4500 block of Wildwood Court.
DOUGHERTY COUNTY EMS: Dougherty County Emergency Medical Service responded to 39 calls on Thursday, including 34 medical calls and five trauma calls. Medical and trauma calls included, but were not limited to, six respiratory issues, three mental health calls, three miscellaneous pain calls, 14 various medical calls, two falls and one vehicle crash victim.
ALBANY FIRE DEPARTMENT: The Albany Fire Department responded to four incidents Thursday, including an unattended cooking call, a cardiac arrest, a water leak and a false-alarm gas-odor call.