Second District Crime Sees Sharp Increase from Last Year

According to Second District Commander Michael Reese, burglaries and automobile related theft rates rose in the Second District during May. Four burglars have been arrested, though, and Reese expects to see a decrease in the number of burglaries, according to Georgetown Patch.

Property crime was up 5 percent overall in the second district in May compared to last year, but violent crime was down 29 percent. The overall crime rate has increased by less than 1 percent.

Four burglars have been arrested recently, and the Commander expects to see a decrease in the number of burglaries.

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Tue, 29 Jul 2014 06:42:41 -0400

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