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Police/Fire/EMS - April 10, 2013

ALBANY, Ga. — The Albany Police Department responded to at least 27 incidents on Monday into the early hours of Tuesday, available reports show. Incidents included:

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— Suspended licenses on the 1100 block of Gordon Avenue and the 1600 block of North Slappey Boulevard;

— Disorderly conduct in the 1300 block of Hobson Drive, the 200 block of Pine Avenue, the 2400 block of Nottingham Way and the 200 block of Barton Avenue;

— Fleeing the scene of an accident with injuries on the 400 block of Dame Street;

— Criminal trespass on the 90 block of Morningside Drive, the 500 block of Cochran Avenue and the 200 block of Frost Street;

— Family violence on the 1600 block of Malone Drive, the 2300 block of Old Dominion Road, the 1100 block of West Gordon Avenue and the 900 block of Hobson Street;

— Harassing phone calls on the 300 block of Moultrie Road;

— Criminal damage to property on the 800 block of North Slappey Boulevard;

— First-degree burglaries on the 1600 block of Northwood Drive and the 600 block of Burke Avenue;

— Robbery by snatching on the 2000 block of Massey Drive;

— Thefts by taking on the 2400 block of Clark Avenue and the 200 block of West Oglethorpe Boulevard;

— Second-degree burglary on the 1100 block of North Madison Street;

— Entering auto on the 200 block of North Monroe Street;

— Theft by shoplifting on the 100 block of North Slappey Boulevard;

— Fourth-degree forgery on the 1700 block of Marbury Lane;

— Terrorist threats and acts on the 3000 block of Winterwood Avenue;

DOUGHERTY POLICE: The Dougherty County Police Department responded to at least 10 calls on Monday, available reports show.

ALBANY FIRE: The Albany Fire Department responded to at least 15 calls on Monday into the early hours of Tuesday, available records show. Incidents included an unauthorized burn, false alarms, shorted electrical equipment, trash and brush fires, a hazardous materials investigation and a motor vehicle accident.

DOUGHERTY EMS: Dougherty Emergency Medical Service responded to 73 calls on Tuesday, including 59 medical calls and 10 trauma calls. Medical calls included nine chest pain calls, nine respiratory issues, five miscellaneous pain calls, three cardiac arrest calls, three diabetic calls, two altered mental status calls and 25 various medical calls. Trauma calls included seven falls, three auto accident victims and three lacerations.