Edmond police were called to the Chapel Ridge Apartments, 501 W 15th St., more than anywhere else in the city during 2009.
Officers went to the apartments 404 times, according to Edmond Police Department’s 2009 annual report released this week.
Rolling Greens Apartments, 400 E Danforth Road, was next in line with 294 calls for an officer during the year. Officers were called to Bryant Place Apartments, 1600 Kickingbird Road, 256 times during the 12-month period.
Coming in fourth and fifth place are two of the city’s busiest intersections. Second Street and South Bryant Avenue with 236 calls and 33rd Street and South Broadway with 226 calls.
Other locations in the top 10 list were Oxford Oaks Apartments, 1920 E Second St, with 202 calls; Walmart Supercenter, 1225 W Interstate 35 Frontage Road, with 197 calls; Oak Ridge Mobile Home Park, 601 Vista Lane, with 186 calls; Crown Ridge Apartments, 2500 Thomas Dr., with 180 calls, and Spring Creek Apartments, 777 E 15th St., with 179 calls.
Officers answered 4,254 alarms and worked 1,876 non-injury accidents.
More information about the police department’s annual report will appear in an upcoming edition of The Oklahoman in the Edmond/State section this week.