ALBANY — The Albany Police Department responded to at least 26 incidents on Monday and the early hours of Tuesday, available reports show. The incidents included:
— Lost or mislaid property on the 400 block of West 3rd Avenue;
— Theft of lost or mislaid property on the 200 block of Pine Avenue;
— Recovered property on the 600 block of South Jefferson Street and the 1300 block of West Oakridge Boulevard;
— Terroristic threats and acts on the 500 block of North Westover Boulevard;
— Disorderly conduct on the 300 block of North Slappey Boulevard and the 200 block of Pine Avenue;
— Entering auto on the 2500 block of Archwood Drive and the 1500 block of North Madison Street;
— Theft by shoplifting on the 2400 block of Clark Avenue, the 2400 block of Dawson Road and the 1800 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive;
— Criminal trespass on the 700 block of Cotton Avenue, the 300 block of Gaines Avenue, the 2400 block of South Washington Street, the 700 block of Mobile Avenue, the 800 block of Rosedale Avenue, the 1400 block of South Harding Street, the 200 block of Marie Road and the 400 block of South McKinley Street;
— Theft by taking on the 300 block of South Jackson Street;
— Assault on the 500 block of Eugemar Drive and the 200 block of Patrol Drive;
— Burglary on the 2600 block of Dawson Heights;
— Driving on suspended license on the 100 block of Turner Field Road;
— Wanted person on the 900 block of West Highland Avenue;
ALBANY FIRE: The Albany Fire Department responded to at least 10 calls on Monday. Calls included cooking fire, public service, medical assist for EMS, alarm activations, unauthorized burning, carbon monoxide detector activation and smoke detector activation.
DOUGHERTY EMS: The Dougherty Emergency Medical Service responded to 44 calls on Monday. The calls included 38 medical calls and six trauma calls.
The medical calls included six respiratory issue calls, three chest pain calls, two altered mental status calls, one faint call, one OB/labor call, one miscellaneous pain call and 23 various medical calls.
The trauma calls included six falls and one laceration.
— Compiled by Jim West