HANCOCK - The Hancock Police Department responded to 73 calls in May, Chief Timothy J. Buskirk told the town council on Wednesday.
The department arrested six people - all adults - and investigated 10 criminal cases, he said.
Police issued 21 traffic citations and 218 parking citations, he said.
A major case last month was a robbery on May 8 of Reed's Pharmacy on Pennsylvania Avenue. Buskirk said police have two suspects.
At the time, the Washington County Sheriff's Department said a man wearing a ski mask robbed the pharmacy of prescription drug medication. The robber had a gun.
Buskirk also said at Wednesday's town council meeting that someone was arrested the day after a burglary on Canal Street. The burglar has been convicted and sentenced, he said.