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ALBANY: The Albany Police Department responded to at least 50 incidents Tuesday and into the early hours of Wednesday, according to available reports. The incidents included:
— Inhumane treatment on the 600 block of Bobbitt Drive, 900 block of Frotscher Street and two incidents on the 600 block of Maple Avenue.
— Suspended License on the 200 block of Monroe Street, 2400 block of Clark Avenue, 1400 block of East Broad Avenue and 1600 block of Sunny Lane.
— Saggy Pants on the 1000 block of South Slappey Boulevard.
— Burglary first degree on the 3800 block of Mayfair Lane, 2100 block of Dervan Street, 1800 block of Windermere Drive, 1500 block of Whiting Drive, 600 block of 16th Avenue, 1600 block of Devon Drive and 1900 block of Buck Lane.
— Disorderly Conduct on the 800 block of Byron Road and 2000 block of Thompkins Avenue.
— Curfew Violation on the 2400 block of Dawson Road.
— Criminal Trespass on the 100 block of Cason Street, 500 block of Cutler Road, 100 block of Almond Drive and 500 block of Florence Drive.
— Entering Auto on the 500 block of West Fourth Avenue, 400 block of West Mercer Street, 700 block of Mobile Avenue, 400 block of West Third Avenue.
— Theft by taking on the 1700 block of Malone Drive.
— Terroristic threats on the 300 block of Carriage Lane.
— No license on the 1500 block of East Broad Avenue
— Wanted person on the 200 block of West Oglethorpe.
— Open container on the 1500 block of Ken Gardens Road.
— Simple battery on the 2500 block of North Slappey.
Dougherty County Police Department: Received 11 calls resulting in four incidents reports from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday. The calls included:
— No license on the 900 block of County Line Road.
— Theft by taking on the 1900 block of Oakhaven Road.
— Burglary first degree on the 1300 block of Liberty Expressway
— Deceased person on the 2500 block of Morehouse Lane.
Albany Fire Department: No reports received.
Dougherty Emergency Medical Service: responded to 62 calls on Tuesday. There were 50 medical calls, 11 trauma calls and an assist for Miller Coors for an training exercise along with Albany Fire Department. The majority of the 50 medical calls were six chest pain calls, five seizure calls, two respiratory issue calls, two diabetic issue calls, two mental health calls, two miscellaneous pain calls, one cardiac arrest call and 28 various medical calls.
The 11 trauma calls nine auto accident victims and two falls.