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Violent crime down 17% from last year through June 30

Comparing total numbers across police Sectors 111 and 113 show that while crime across the area is up 7% when for the period January 1 – June 30 for 2015 and 2016, the violent crimes of homicide, sex offense, robbery, and assault are down 17%.

Drops in assaults and burglaries across both sectors would make up for slight increases in most categories, except for the 27% increase in “OTHER” in Sector 113. “Other” includes such incidents as: DUI, disorderly conduct, hit and run, warrants served, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, missing person, non-lethal overdose, shooting at/within occupied dwelling, promiscuous shooting, bad checks, trespassing, impersonation, drunkenness, suicide, mental subject, false pretenses/swindle/confidence game, obscene/threatening phone call, kidnapping/abduction, arson, natural death, etc.

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Crime for January-June 2015/2016 for Sectors 111 & 113

SECTOR SPAN HOMICIDE SEX OFFENSE ROBBERY ASSAULT BURGLARY VICE THEFT VEH THEFT OTHER TOTAL
111 2015 0 5 11 163 57 49 160 24 565 1034
2016 2 3 16 141 46 35 176 33 597 1049
113 2015 5 6 21 269 51 132 104 25 694 1307
2016 3 6 23 204 42 139 108 39 884 1448

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RT @chpn: Violent crime down 17% from last year through June 30 https://t.co/qvo8ZRFuR4

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Jim, Thats because while the bad guys know that a Ranger lives in the community, but they don’t know where exactly.

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This post is kind of ironic considering the previous Chpn post

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Seemed like a good time for a some context, for sure

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