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Police/Fire/EMS - Jan. 17, 2013

ALBANY, Ga. — Albany police responded to at least 44 incidents Tuesday into the early hours of Wednesday, according to available reports. Police responded to incidents including:

— Battery on the 300 block of Sunset Lane, the 500 block of North Central Avenue and the 500 block of South McKinley Street;

— Aggravated assault on the 1100 block of Newton Road;

— Assault on the 1200 block of 11th Avenue;

— Disorderly conduct on the 1000 block of West Society Avenue;

— Recovered property on the 200 block of West Oglethorpe Boulevard and the 1000 block of University Drive;

— Entering autos on the 1900 block of Churchill Drive, the 2300 block of North Slappey Boulevard, the 500 block of West Broad Avenue, the 1700 block of East Oglethorpe Boulevard, the 200 block of Turner Field Road, the 1100 block of Julia Avenue, the 2100 block of East Broad Avenue and the 300 block of Moultrie Road;

— Thefts by taking on the 2000 block of North Slappey Boulevard, the 700 block of First Avenue, the 800 block of Ninth Avenue, the 400 block of Florence Drive and the 1300 block of Eager Drive;

— Forgery on the 2200 block of Tompkins Avenue;

— Motor vehicle theft on the 2700 block of Gillionville Road;

— Injured person on the 300 block of Station Crossing Road;

— Domestic calls (unfounded) on the 900 block of Don Cutler Sr. Drive and the 1300 block of Stuart Avenue.

DOUGHERTY POLICE: Dougherty County Police responded to at least 10 calls Tuesday, according to reports. Police responded to incidents including:

— Missing juvenile on the 3100 block of War Eagle Drive;

— Family violence on the 4800 block of Pinto Drive;

— Unwanted guest on the 3200 block of Sylvester Road;

— Recovered property on the 3200 block of Sylvester Road.

DOUGHERTY COUNTY EMS: Dougherty County Emergency Medical Service responded to 57 calls on Tuesday, including 50 medical calls and seven trauma calls. Medical and trauma calls included, but were not limited to, nine respiratory issues, five chest pains, three seizures, three miscellaneous pain calls, two obstetrics calls, one cardiac arrest, 23 various medical calls and five falls.

ALBANY FIRE DEPARTMENT: The Albany Fire Department responded to 11 incidents Tuesday, including standby for bomb threat, electric short, grass fire, cardiac arrest, two accidental alarms, trash fire, broken water heater, vacant home fire, activated alarm and a water leak.