Each month, Logan County Sheriff Wallace Whittaker releases a report showing calls coming into the Emergency Communications Center for law enforcement around the county. This includes the cities of Adairville, Auburn, Lewisburg, and Russellville, along with the Logan County Sheriff's Department.

Whittaker handed out the report for June at the June 26 meeting of the Logan County Fiscal Court.

According to the report, there were a total of 2,674 calls coming into the ECC between June 1 through June 26 asking for assistance and response from one or more of these agencies.

The City of Adairville Police Department had 45 calls which included but aren't limited to 4 business checks, 5 citizen assists, 1 domestic disturbance, 1 driving under the influence, 2 follow up investigations, 1 fire structure, 1 locked out of vehicle, 12 routine patrols, 1 suicidal subject, 3 suspicious persons, 1 theft of property, 6 traffic stops, 1 welfare check.

The City of Auburn Police Department had 133 calls which included but aren't limited to 3 automobile accidents, 2 alarms, 3 animal incidents, 1 assaults, 1 burglaries, 10 citizen assists, 1 criminal mischief, 2 disturbances in progress, 1 harassments, 4 juvenile offenses, 1 locked out of vehicle, 1 missing persons, 1 prowlers, 5 reckless driver, 1 shots fired, 9 suspicious persons, 8 suspicious vehicles, 1 terroristic threatening, 1 theft of property, 33 traffic stops, and 3 welfare checks.

The City of Lewisburg Police Department had 27 calls which included but aren't limited to 1 alarm, 1 animal incident, 2 attempts to locate, 1 citizen assist, 1 criminal trespass, 1 disturbance in progress, 1 domestic in progress, 1 fireworks, 1 juvenile offense, 2 routine patrol, 2 reckless drivers, 1 shots fired, 1 speeding, 1 suspicious person, 1 suspicious vehicle, 1 theft of property, 3 traffic stops, and 2 welfare checks.

The City of Russellville Police Department had 1,356 calls which included but aren't limited to 16 automobile accidents, 34 alarms, 3 alcohol intoxicated subjects, 24 animal incidents, 3 assaults, 1 all-terrain vehicle complaint, 3 burglaries, 2 burning ordinance violations, 64 citizen assists, 1 child abuse, 2 child custody disputes, 3 criminal trespass, 12 disturbances in progress, 10 domestic disturbances, 6 drug incidents, 5 driving under the influence, 5 fireworks, 29 follow up investigations, 7 harassments, 7 juvenile offenses, 1 littering, 33 locked out of vehicle, 2 loitering, 1 drug overdose, 434 routine patrols, 3 prowlers, 1 rape, 10 road hazard, 1 robbery, 7 shoplifting, 1 speeding, 6 suicidal subjects, 18 suspicious persons, 24 suspicious vehicles, 1 subject with a gun, 9 terroristic threatening, 8 theft of property, 1 theft of vehicle, 279 traffic stops, and 15 welfare checks.

The Logan County Sheriff's Department had 1,113 calls which included but aren't limited to 28 automobile accidents, 29 alarms, 1 alcohol intoxicated subjects, 23 animal incidents, 2 assaults, 7 all-terrain vehicle complaint, 2 burglaries, 54 citizen assists, 6 child custody disputes, 2 criminal trespass, 12 disturbances in progress, 9 domestic disturbances, 1 drowning, 4 drug incidents, 5 driving under the influence, 2 fireworks, 2 fraud, 25 follow up investigations, 8 harassments, 7 juvenile offenses, 2 scams, 1 littering, 2 locked out of vehicle, 1 lost property, 45 routine patrols, 4 prowlers, 26 reckless driving, 1 robbery, 7 shots fired, 1 speeding, 5 suicidal subjects, 20 suspicious persons, 20 suspicious vehicles, 7 terroristic threatening, 2 theft of ID, 10 theft of property, 1 theft of vehicle, 275 traffic stops, and 22 welfare checks.