The Auburn Police Department made more arrests and investigated more larcenies and domestic violence cases in July, according to its monthly activity report.
Last month, officers made 133 arrests — that compares to 116 arrests in June. In addition, the department received roughly 200 more calls for service (3,362 total) and investigated 19 more cases of domestic violence (136 total), 13 more larcenies (79 total) and 11 more trespass (22 total) and criminal mischief complaints (33 total).
Meanwhile, some numbers decreased since June. According to the report, there were eight fewer burglaries in July (14 total) and 17 fewer harassment investigations (67 total). The department saw no change in the number of drug and fraud cases.