Police: Town & Country Apartments, 20 police calls per month

By Perry Russom

July 15, 2014 Updated Jul 16, 2014 at 5:25 PM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Over the course of one year, Town & Country Apartments averaged 20 police calls per month.

Just after the shooting of Scott Wright Jr. on July 4th, Action News filed for all police reports from Town & Country Apartments for the past year from the Binghamton Police Department under the Freedom of Information Law.

The reports requested were from July 4, 2013 to July 4, 2014.

The total number of police calls during that time is 245.

Here's how the numbers broke down month by month:
1. May 2014 - 36 calls
2. June 2014 - 31 calls
3. April 2014 - 27 calls
4. August 2013 - 24 calls
5. March 2014 - 22 calls
6. January 2014 - 18 calls
7. February 2014 - 17 calls
8. December 2013 - 16 calls
T-9. October 2013 - 13 calls
T-9. November 2013 - 13 calls
11. July 2013 (7/4 on) - 12 calls
12. July 2014 (7/1-7/4) - 10 calls
13. September 2013 - 6 calls

The most popular months where calls came in were during the spring and summer seasons.

In the winter months (December, January and February) there were a total of 51 calls made.

The police reports obtained by Action News described what type of call was made to the police.

Most Calls by Description:
1. Noise Complaint - 31 calls
2. Domestic - 27 calls
3. Dispute - 18 calls
4. Disturbance - 13 calls
5. Assist Other Agency - 10 calls
5. Check Welfare - 10 calls

There were three calls of shots fired on July 4, 2014. That was in relation to the shooting of Scott Wright, Jr.

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