Auburn Police Department

Reader Input: We should always help the homeless

This is in response to the post in the Auburn Journal, on Friday, March 20 titled, “Stop welcoming criminal element.” The letter to the editor states that “all ...

New officer comes aboard with Auburn Police Department

The streets of Auburn have a new officer patrolling the beat, and he’s bringing new energy and enthusiasm to his role. Dylan Andert, the latest addition to the Auburn Police ...

Specialized K-9s make short work of finding guns

A single gunshot rings out in a gated, well-to-do Penryn neighborhood. The .38 caliber slug tears into the professionally manicured lawn and the shell casing is casually dropped in ...

Teamwork nets car burglary suspect

A tip about stolen property led to the weekend arrest of a man allegedly connected to thefts from at least three unlocked cars in the Auburn area. Cooperation between the Auburn P ...

Reader input: Slow down on Skyridge streets

A big thank-you to the Auburn police. I live on the south end of Auburn, known as the Skyridge area.  Us old guys like to walk the streets of the area for a little exercise in ...

New police officer comes aboard in Auburn

The city police department has bolstered its ranks with a new officer, who was sworn in during a Tuesday morning ceremony. Officer Philip Isetta, the latest employee of the Auburn ...

Reader Input: Of libraries and police parking

Well, bad news for all (those who visit the) library. It closes its doors on Mondays to see if it would be a great idea to do it all the time. I say it would not be a good idea b ...

More brazen break-ins surface

At least four residents of an Auburn apartment and condominium complex are now included in a string recent burglaries in the area. The Auburn Woods complex, near Lincoln Way and H ...

City to appoint interim public safety director

The Auburn City Council will be discussing the consolidation of the administration of the police and fire departments during Monday night’s meeting. City Manager Tim Run ...

New law will make look-a-like guns easier to spot

A California law that requires look-a-like gun manufacturers to clearly mark their product to be clear the guns are not real weapons has at least one other state looking to do the ...