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Albany-Dougherty County Police/Fire/EMS reports - Oct. 30, 2013

Public safety roundup for Albany and Dougherty County

ALBANY — The Albany Police Department responded to at least 14 incidents on Monday and the early hours of Tuesday, available reports show. The incidents included:

— Battery on the 400 block of Poplar Street;

— Domestic violence (unfounded) on the 900 block of West Oglethorpe Boulevard and the 500 block of North Carrol Street;

— Open container on the 2700 block of North Slappey Boulevard;

— Criminal trespass on the 2500 block of Nottingham Way;

— Burglary on the 1600 block of East Oglethorpe Boulevard and the 300 block of Station Crossing Drive;

— Theft by shoplifting on the 200 block of Cordele Road;

— Disorderly conduct on the 500 block of South Slappey Boulevard;

— Attempted burglary on the 2500 block of Buck Court;

— Theft by taking on the 1700 block of Northwood Drive;

— Theft of lost or mislaid property on the 200 block of Pine Avenue;

— Recovered property on the 500 block of West 4th Avenue;

DOUGHERTY POLICE: The Dougherty Police Department responded to at least 23 calls on Monday, available reports show. The incidents included:

— Theft on the 4000 block of Gravel Hill Road and the 400 block of Persimmon Drive;

— Domestic violence on the 800 block of Community Avenue;

— Traffic accident on Georgia Highway 133 and County Line Road;

ALBANY FIRE: The Albany Fire Department responded to at least nine calls on Monday, available records show. Calls included smoke detector activation, public service, alarm activations, building fires, passenger vehicle fire, shorted electrical equipment and animal rescue;

DOUGHERTY EMS: The Dougherty Emergency Medical Service responded to 42 calls on Monday, available records show. There were 33 medical calls, eight trauma calls and other type call.

The medical calls included five respiratory issue calls, four altered mental status calls, three chest pain calls, two seizure calls, two miscellaneous pain calls, one diabetic issue call and 14 various medical calls.

The trauma calls included four falls, two auto accident victims and one laceration.

Other type calls included one assist for the Albany Fire Department.

— Compiled by Jim West