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 2700 block of Mclain Lane and the 1900 block of Elkhorn Lane;
— Entering auto on the 1100 block of St. Andrews Drive and the 1400 block of North Washington Street;
— Theft by taking on the 300 block of South Slappey Boulevard, the 1200 block of Maryland Drive and the 100 block of South Slappey Boulevard;
— Armed robbery on the 2600 block of Dawson Road;
— Burglary on the 1000 block of Dunes Avenue, the 2000 block of Tomkins Avenue, the 2100 block of Devan Drive, the 600 block of Corn Avenue and the 800 block of 21st Avenue;
— Driving on suspended license on the 600 block of Radium Springs Road and the 1100 block of West Gordon Avenue;
— Battery on the 700 block of Turner Field Road;
— Theft by shoplifting on the 200 block of Cordele Road;
— Disorderly conduct on the 100 block of North Cleveland Street;
— Open container on the 300 block of West Highland Avenue;
— Injured person on the 2000 block of Palmyra Road;
— Terrorist threats and acts on the 400 block of Wells Avenue;
— Theft of mislaid property on the 2800 block of Old Dawson Road;
— Financial transaction card theft on the 2800 block of Old Dawson Road;
— Identity fraud on the 3100 block of Graystone Lane;
— Wanted person on the 1500 block of Clark Avenue and the 5000 block of Millsbee Lane;
— Forgery on the 2700 block of Dawson Road;
— Reckless conduct on the 2400 block of Sylvester Road;
— Vandalism on the 300 block of McCray Drive;
— Missing juvenile on the 500 block of North Davis Street;
— DUI less safe on the 700 block of Lippett Drive
DOUGHERTY POLICE: The Dougherty Police Department responded to at least 10 calls on Wednesday, available reports show. The incidents included:
— Theft on the 3500 block of Gillionville Road;
— Lost and Found on the 3900 block of Slade Avenue;
— Traffic arrest on the 3500 block of Moultrie Road;
ALBANY FIRE: The Albany Fire Department responded to at least 11 calls on Wednesday, available records show. Calls included smoke detector activations, public service, Hazmat release investigation, animal rescue, alarm malfunction, medical assist to EMS, malicious false alarm and shorted electrical equipment.
DOUGHERTY EMS: The Dougherty Emergency Medical Service responded to 55 calls on Wednesday, available records show. There were 43 medical calls and 12 trauma calls.
The medical calls included nine respiratory issue calls, four chest pain calls, four miscellaneous pain calls, three seizure calls, two mental health calls, one cardiac arrest call, one altered mental status call and 18 various medical calls.
The trauma calls included 10 falls and one assault.
— Compiled by Jim West