01/12/13 76 W - + 3 - 3 Numeric Radio Codes?

Though the Raleigh Fire Department switched to plain-text radio language years ago, some numeric codes occasionally appear. These are older police and maybe EMS codes, such as:

This outdated scanner page of mine has more. What other numeric codes (non ten codes) are used around the area, or the state?

I still use 10-46 for a stranded motorist if I’m calling it in, I also use 10-56 or 10-55 for a drunk pedestrian/drunk driver. I’ve had to use 10-16 (domestic),10-10 (fight) and a 45 (distrubance) before when calling for PD in front of the people I’m talking about.
Mike - 01/12/13 - 10:43

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