"Her house got broken into Christmas eve while her and her family were at church," said 'Greg', whose aunt's home was broken into.
He said fixing the door they broke cost about $500. Sometimes the most simple things can prevent things like this from happening again.
"Lock your doors, close windows, invest in an alarm system, guard dogs, stuff like that," he said.
Taking those precautions have brought the number down.
So far in January, breaking and entering has been reported 76 times; that's less than half of December's 188. In November there were 259 and in October there were 272. It's a positive outlook, but doesn't replace valuable items and money still being taken.
"Its just sad to think that someone who works hard for everything that they have and someone just goes in the house and snatches it all away from them. It's kind of sad, heartbreaking," 'Greg' said.