ALBANY — The Albany Police Department responded to at least 37 incidents on Wednesday and the early hours of Thursday, available reports show. The incidents included:
— Theft by taking on the 300 block of West Highland Avenue, the 1100 block of Colquitt Avenue, the 300 block of Vintage Road and the 300 block of South Slappey Boulevard;
— Disorderly conduct on the 100 block of North Cleveland Street and the 1200 block of West Highland Avenue;
— Criminal trespass on the 500 block of Swift Street and the 1100 block of 10th Avenue;
— Aggravated assault on the 900 block of Easeman Drive, the 10 block of Dobbs Drive and the 900 block of Lippitt Drive;
— Assault on the 2200 block of Juniper Drive, the 900 block of Cherry Avenue, the 200 block of Patrol Drive and the 3000 block of Cavenish Drive;
— Discharging firearm on the 2300 block of Gleneagles Drive;
— Burglary on the 2100 block of Tompkins Avenue, the 1300 block of Mulberry Avenue, the 5000 block of Millsbee Lane, the 2500 block of Wexford Drive and the 1400 block of West Highland Avenue;
— Battery on the 1100 block of South Van Buren Street, the 2200 block of South Washington Street, the 1200 block of West Lincoln Avenue and the 1200 block of South Cleveland Street;
— DUI on the 600 block of Gaines Avenue;
— Robbery by force on the 2000 block of Palmyra Road and the 800 block of Byron Road;
— Entering auto on the 3900 block of Radnor Forest Lane, the 900 block of West Oglethorpe Boulevard, the 2700 block of Palmyra Road, the 200 block of North West Street and the 2400 block of Frost Street;
— Open container on the 1000 block of South Slappey Boulevard and the 700 block of East Broad Avenue;
— Reckless conduct on the 700 block of East Broad Avenue;
— Wanted person on the 600 block of Cherry Avenue.
DOUGHERTY POLICE: The Dougherty County Police Department responded to at least six incidents on Wednesday, available reports show. The incidents included family violence on the 800 block of Ransome Acres and terroristic threats on the 3000 block of Sylvester Road.
ALBANY FIRE: The Albany Fire Department responded to at least 16 calls on Tuesday and Wednesday, available records show. Calls included arching electrical equipment, medical assists for Albany EMS, over-pressure rupture or boil, downed power line, building fires, malicious false alarms, trash fire, smoke detector activation, outside storage fire and motor vehicle accident.
DOUGHERTY EMS: The Dougherty Emergency Medical Service responded to 48 calls on Wednesday, available records show. There were 41 medical calls and seven trauma calls.
The medical calls included seven respiratory issues, four chest pains, four diabetic issues, two seizures, two mental status issues, two miscellaneous pains and 16 medical calls.
The trauma calls included two falls, one laceration, two assaults and one auto accident victim.
— Compiled by Jim West