Auburn Police Department

  • Agency: Auburn Police Department
  • Address: 103 East Main St, Auburn, 42206 KY
  • Chief: Scott Harmon (Chief of Police)
Phone: (270) 542-4149

Auburn Police Department is located at 103 East Main St, Auburn, 42206 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Scott Harmon. The Auburn Police Department phone number is (270) 542-4149.

Auburn Police Department News

Please make note of resurfacing/road construction with lane closures and reduced speed limits in our area.

Be aware...there have been reports of cars being rummaged through in our area. Make sure to lock your car doors and don't leave any valuables inside your vehicle! Make note of individuals out at odd times and report suspicious activity to dispatch...270-726-4911.

We encourage everyone to get out and enjoy the 400 Mile Yard Sale. Make sure to use caution while driving along the route. Please be mindful of other drivers, don't slam on your brakes, and make sure to use your turn signals.

On 4/4/18 at 2210 ours, Auburn Police along with the Logan County Sheriff's Department was dispatched to the 200 block of W Main St in reference to a robbery complaint. Authorities were advised that a vehicle was observed leaving the scene occupied by two females. While on the scene, two females identified as A Wilham and S. Wilham approached the officers and advised they were the occupants of the vehicle in question. A. Wilham then advised she was the victim of a robbery. Subjects stated they had come to the area to visit with Caleb Phillips. Shortly after picking him up, Phillips advised that he needed to go home and insisted on being dropped off in the 200 block of W Main St. Phillips then exited the vehicle and approached the passenger side door, reached through the window, and grabbed the victim's purse. Victim advised she exited the vehicle in an attempt to gain control and when doing so, Phillips threw her to the ground and fled the scene on foot. The victim was not injured during the incident and the purse was located a short time later, however, Phillips did get away with an undisclosed amount of money. Both Auburn Police and Logan County Sheriff's Dept were unable to locate Phillips in the area the night of the incident. Auburn Officer B. Ferguson investigated and obtained a warrant for Robbery 2nd for Caleb Phillips in connection with the incident. Auburn PD was assisted by Warren County Sheriff's Dept and the Warrant for Phillips was served on 4/17/18

Our prayers are with the Hopkinsville Police Dept. and the family of Phillip Meacham. Rest easy.

Stay alert and safe!

Please do not get out on the roads tonight, unless it is completely necessary! Allow snow plows and salt trucks plenty of time to treat the roads before getting out tomorrow. Roads are snow covered, making driving difficult.

Use caution while driving in this impending winter weather. Allow extra space between vehicles, keep an emergency kit with blankets, flashlights, ice melt, water, and food in your car, keep your tank filled with gas, and make sure your battery is in good working condition. Most of all, use common sense when deciding whether to get out on the roads.

Just a quick reminder....there is a 2 hour time limit on all parking along Main St during peak business hours. This limit is to allow plenty of parking for customers/patients that patronize the businesses along Main St. Please be considerate and adhere to these parking regulations.

We have had some vandals at our park recently. They have been taking all of the toilet paper in our bathrooms and shoving it in the toilets and overflowing them. This costs the city and the tax payers money in repairs. Please, if you have a child that is old enough to wander through town on their own, talk with them about respect of other people and their property. Let them know that if they are caught, the child and the parents will be held accountable for the repairs that need to be done. Also, if you are aware of somebody vandalizing our beautiful park, please let City Hall, the Police Dept, or Park Attendants know. It takes a village! Thank you for you cooperation!

Auburn’s Christmas Parade is today! Main St from Amanda Gordon to Rector Ave will be closed to all traffic from @ 1:45 until the end of the parade. Please plan an alternate route to get to your destination.

A trailer similar to the picture below has been reported stolen from the Auburn area. We are seeking information pertaining to this theft. Please contact the Auburn Police Dept at 270-542-4149, ext 205 or 270-726-4911 with any information.