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Police/Fire/EMS - March 9, 2012

ALBANY -- Albany police responded to at least 28 incidents Wednesday, according to available reports. Police responded to incidents including:

-- Public indecency, saggy pants, on the 2000 block of North Jefferson Street and the 1000 block of West Highland Avenue;

-- Thefts by taking on the 300 block of Mock Road, the 900 block of Lippett Drive and the 700 block of Willard Avenue;

-- Entering auto on the 2700 block of Dawson Road;

-- Disorderly conduct on the 500 block of South McKinley Street and the 200 block of East Oakridge Drive;

-- Missing persons on the 100 block of Lee Street and the 2600 block of West Oakridge Drive;

-- Simple battery on the 3900 block of Rodnor Forrest Lane;

-- Burglary on the 1400 block of East Lincoln Avenue;

-- Robbery by force on the 100 block of Carroll Street;

-- Theft by deception on the 600 block of Mission Court;

-- Assaults (domestic) on the 3800 block of Gateway Avenue, the 200 block of Cason Street and the 700 block of Partridge Drive;

-- Domestic disturbances (unfounded) on the 1100 block of South Monroe Street and the 1400 block of Newton Road;

--Vandalism (domestic) on the 500 block of Corn Avenue.

DOUGHERTY COUNTY EMS: The Dougherty County Emergency Medical Service responded to 65 calls on Wednesday, including 49 medical calls, 12 trauma calls and four other calls. Medical calls included six for chest pain, 11 respiratory issues, two people fainted, one seizure, two mental health calls, four miscellaneous pain calls, one cardiac arrest, an allergic reaction and 21 various medical calls. Trauma calls included five vehicle crash victims, five falls, one laceration and one other trauma. Other type calls are typically medical alerts or standby.

ALBANY FIRE DEPARTMENT: The Albany Fire Department responded to nine incidents Thursday, including a false medical alarm, two grass fires, an unattended cooking call, a vehicle crash, an activated alarm, a smoking air conditioner, a controlled burn and a cigarette on a sofa that led to a $25,000 structure fire.

-- Compiled by Pete Skiba