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Albany-Dougherty County Police/Fire/EMS - Feb. 25, 2014

Public safety roundup for Albany-Dougherty County for Saturday, Sunday and Monday

ALBANY — The Albany Police Department responded to at least 20 incidents Saturday, Sunday and into the early hours of Monday, available reports show. The incidents included:

— Burglary in the 1st degree on the 600 block of Woodhaven Lane and on the 2200 block of Clark Avenue;

— Criminal trespass on the 2200 block of Chestnut Court and on the 500 block of Eugemar Drive;

— Wanted person on the 1700 block of Parker Avenue;

— Entering auto on the 100 block of South Slappey Boulevard and on the 1800 block of Palmyra Road;

— Motor vehicle theft on the 100 block of Cason Street;

— Theft by shoplifting on the 2600 block of Dawson Road;

— Interfering with city officers on the 100 block of Liberty Expressway;

— Theft by taking on the 400 block of Wells Avenue;

— Recovered property on the 900 block of Wall Street;

— Public indecency (saggy pants) on the 100 block of North Magnolia Street;

— Battery on the 2300 block of West Gordon Avenue.

DOUGHERTY POLICE: The Dougherty County Police Department responded to at least 32 incidents on Saturday and Sunday, available reports show. The incidents included:

— Criminal trespass warning on the 1400 block of South Mock Road;

— Family violence on the 400 block of Redbud Road and on the 1800 block of Mayflower Lane;

— Recovered property on the 2400 block of Radium Springs Road;

— Traffic accident (private property) on the 2300 block of Liberty Expressway.

ALBANY FIRE: The Albany Fire Department responded to at least 15 incidents from Friday morning through Sunday afternoon, available reports show. The reports included shorted electrical equipment, a downed power line, EMS assistance, a cooking fire, unauthorized burnings, vehicle accidents and structural fires.

DOUGHERTY EMS: The Dougherty County Emergency Medical Service responded to 60 calls on Sunday, available reports show. There were 55 medical calls, four trauma calls and one assistance call for the Albany Fire Department.

The majority of the medical calls included, but were not limited to, seven respiratory issue calls, seven miscellaneous pain calls, four chest pain calls, three altered mental status calls, three seizure calls, three mental health calls, two diabetic issue calls, two OB/labor issue calls, one fainting call and 18 various medical calls. The trauma calls included three auto accident victims and one assault call.

— Compiled by Jennifer Parks