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Albany-Dougherty Police/Fire/EMS reports - Dec. 26, 2013

Public safety roundup for Albany and Dougherty County

ALBANY — The Albany Police Department responded to at least 33 incidents on Wednesday and the early hours of Thursday, available reports show. The incidents included:

— Criminal trespass on the 1600 block of Sunny Lane, the 300 block of West Highland Avenue, the 1600 block of Malone Drive, the 300 block of East Broad Avenue and the 300 block of East Oglethorpe Boulevard;

— Assault on the 2400 block of Dawson Road and the 1700 block of West Whitney Avenue;

— Burglary on the 1600 block of Gadsden Drive, the 1200 block of 9th Avenue, the 1300 block of Mulberry Avenue and the 3300 block of Westgate Drive;

— Giving false name on the 100 block of South Front Street;

— Disorderly conduct on the 400 block of Drexel Street, the 2400 block of Dawson Road, the 1100 block of South Harding Street, the 300 block of South Jackson Street, the 400 block of North Monroe Street and the 400 block of Vick Street;

— Missing person on the 600 block of 11th Avenue;

— Theft by taking on the 600 block of North Jefferson Street, the 600 block of Johnson Road, the 200 block of East Broad Avenue and the 2000 block of Lafayette Circle;

— Theft by shoplifting on the 1900 block of South Madison Street and the 200 block of Cordele Road;

— DUI on the 2200 block of West Broad Avenue;

— Deceased person on the 1900 block of Palmyra Road;

— Battery on the 1800 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive;

— Entering auto on the 2000 block of Tomkins Avenue;

— Aggravated assault on the 600 block of Eugemar Street;

— Interfering with a city officer on the 600 block of 12th Avenue;

— Wanted person on the 900 block of West Gordon Avenue;

— Robbery by sudden snatching on the 1900 block of Palmyra Road;

DOUGHERTY POLICE: The Dougherty County Police Department responded to at least eight incidents on Monday, available reports show. The incidents included a traffic accident on the 5500 block of Newton Road.

ALBANY FIRE: The Albany Fire Department responded to at least 20 calls on Monday through Wednesday, available records show. Calls included downed power lines, fire alarm activations, building fires, medical assist to EMS, arching electrical equipment, smoke detector activations, passenger vehicle fire, smoke scare, unauthorized burning and water leak.

DOUGHERTY EMS: The Dougherty Emergency Medical Service responded to 52 calls on Wednesday, available records show. There were 42 medical calls and 10 trauma calls.

The medical calls included seven respiratory issue calls, six altered mental status calls, five diabetic issued calls, three faint calls, two chest pain calls, one OB/labor issue call, one mental health call and 17 various medical calls.

The trauma calls included six falls and four auto accident victims.

— Compiled by Jim West