ALBANY — The Albany Police Department responded to at least 25 incidents on Wednesday and the early hours of Thursday, available reports show. The incidents included:
— Entering auto on the 2500 block of Nottingham Way, the 500 block of Eugemar Drive and the 1900 block of Elkhorn Lane;
— Theft by taking on the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue, the 2100 block of Beachview Drive, the 400 block of Harmon Avenue and the 1000 block of West Gordon Avenue;
— Acquisition of gas without payment on the 1000 block of North Oakridge Drive;
— Disorderly conduct on the 1600 block of Palmyra Road, the 1200 block of West Waddell Avenue and the 2300 block of West Gordon Avenue;
— Burglary on the 1400 block of Eighth Avenue, the 2200 block of Jewel Street, the 300 block of Mitchell Avenue and the 2300 block of Pearce Avenue;
— Forgery on the 100 block of North Slappey Boulevard and the 1300 block of East Broad Avenue;
— Terrorist threats on the 2400 block of Brierwood Drive;
— Open container on the 300 block of North Slappey Boulevard;
— Financial transaction card fraud on the 700 block of North Westover Road;
— Driving on suspended license on the 1900 block of Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive;
— Recovered property on the 1900 block of North Monroe Street;
— Runaway juvenile on the 1300 block of 11th Avenue;
— Discharging a firearm within city limits on the the 2100 block of Robinhood Road.
DOUGHERTY POLICE: The Dougherty Police Department responded to at least 13 calls on Wednesday, available reports show. The incidents included:
— Lost property on the 3700 block of Countryside Drive;
— Traffic accident on Georgia highways 91 and 62;
— Criminal trespass warning on the 2600 block of Great Oak Street;
— Financial transaction card fraud on the 400 block of Redbud Road;
— Theft on the 1600 block of Broach Avenue.
ALBANY FIRE: The Albany Fire Department responded to at least 20 calls on Wednesday, available records show. The incidents included motor vehicle accidents, public service, false alarms, unauthorized burns, EMS assist, downed power line, malicious false reports, arching electrical equipment.
DOUGHERTY EMS: The Dougherty Emergency Medical Service responded to 61 calls on Tuesday, available records show. There were 47 medical calls and 14 trauma calls.
The medical calls included five chest pains, five respiratory issues, four mental health issues, three miscellaneous pains, two faintings, two seizures, two altered mental statuses, one cardiac arrest, one diabetic issue call and 25 various medical calls.
The trauma calls included five auto accident victims, five falls, two lacerations and one assault.
— Compiled by Jim West