ALBANY — The Albany Police Department responded to at least 22 incidents on Thursday, available reports show. The incidents included:
— Disorderly conduct on the 1800 block of Seay Court and on the 900 block of Moultrie Road;
— Burglary in the 1st degree on the 2700 block of Joshua Street and on the 300 block of Flintside Drive;
— Criminal trespass on the 1300 block of South Van Buren Street and on the 800 block of West Mercer Avenue;
— Theft by taking on the 1600 block of Cromartie Beach Drive and on the 1500 block of Radium Springs Road;
— Reckless conduct on the 1200 block of West Whitney Avenue;
— Driving under the influence (less safe) on the 200 block of North Jefferson Street;
— Theft by shoplifting on the 200 block of Cordele Road;
— Probation violation warrant on the 200 block of Cordele Road;
— Unruly child on the 300 block of Carriage Lane;
— Assault on the 1400 block of West Highland Avenue;
— Motor vehicle theft on the 500 block of Pinson Road.
DOUGHERTY POLICE: The Dougherty County Police Department responded to at least 10 calls on Thursday, available reports show. The incidents included:
— Traffic accident on the 900 block of Honeysuckle Drive;
— Traffic arrest at Clark Avenue and Hill Road and on the 2800 block of Sylvester Road;
— Theft on the 2500 block of College Park Lane.
ALBANY FIRE: The Albany Fire Department responded to at least three incidents on Thursday, available reports show. The incidents included EMS assistance, police assistance and a motor vehicle accident.
DOUGHERTY EMS: The Dougherty County Emergency Medical Service responded to 62 calls on Thursday, available reports show. There were 49 medical calls and 13 trauma calls.
The majority of the medical calls included, but were not limited to, 10 miscellaneous pain calls, six respiratory issue calls, five diabetic issue calls, five chest pain calls, two seizure calls, one altered mental status, one OB/labor issue, one cardiac arrest call and 17 various medical calls.
The majority of the trauma calls included, but were not limited to, seven falls, four lacerations and two auto accident victims.
— Compiled Jennifer Parks