ALBANY, Ga. — Albany police responded to at least 40 incidents Monday and into the early hours of Tuesday, according to available police reports. Police responded to incidents including:
— Indecent exposure, saggy pants on the 2800 block of Nottingham Way;
— Theft of a dog on the 1800 block of Sussex Court;
— Motor vehicle theft on the 100 block of Davidson Drive;
— Theft by taking on the 700 block of West Oglethorpe Boulevard and the 2300 block of North Slappey Boulevard;
— Burglary on the 2000 block of West Broad Avenue, the 900 block of Mercedes Street, the 600 block of Sands Drive, the 800 block of Oglethorpe Boulevard, the 100 block of North Magnolia Street, the 1300 block of Avalon Avenue, the 1500 block of Palmyra Road, the 600 block of North Slappey Boulevard and the 1200 block of Creamer Street;
— Robbery by force on the 1800 block of Gadsden Drive;
— Entering auto on the 2000 block of North Riverview Circle and the 2400 block of Rosebrier Avenue;
— Terroristic threats and acts on the 1100 block of North Slappey Boulevard;
— Soliciting money from passing vehicles on the 2800 block of North Slappey Boulevard;
— Battery on the 600 block of West First Avenue;
— Disorderly conduct on the 1400 block of East First Avenue;
— Battery (domestic) on the 2000 block of East Oglethorpe Boulevard;
— Domestic on the 1700 block of Gadsden Drive;
— Domestic (unfounded) on the 300 block of Hudson Lane and the 200 block of Pinebluff Road.
DOUGHERTY POLICE: Dougherty County police responded to at least 11 calls, according to police reports.
Police responded to incidents including:
— Theft on the 4700 block of Radium Springs Road;
— Vehicle crash on Moultrie Road at Power Lane;
— Hospitalization on the 700 block of Gable Road;
— Runaway juvenile on the 4800 block of Mustang Drive.
DOUGHERTY COUNTY EMS: The Dougherty County Emergency Medical Service responded to 71 calls on Monday.
There were 56 medical calls and 15 trauma calls. Medical Calls and trauma calls included, but were not limited to, five mental health calls, five miscellaneous pain calls, five cardiac arrests, 31 various medical calls, seven vehicle crash victims and four falls.
— Compiled by Pete Skiba