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Year End Crime Data. 2012. General Police Activity. Calls for Service 5-Year Average. 8.5% increase in CFS last year; 20% increase since 2008 . Arrests 5-Year Average. 8% fewer arrests last year; 23% fewer arrests than 2008. Case Reports 5-Year Average.

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calls for service 5 year average
Calls for Service5-Year Average

8.5% increase in CFS last year; 20% increase since 2008.

arrests 5 year average
Arrests5-Year Average

8% fewer arrests last year; 23% fewer arrests than 2008

case reports 5 year average
Case Reports5-Year Average

5% fewer case reports last year; 17% fewer than 2008

part i offenses reported 2011 2012
Part I Offenses Reported 2011 - 2012

Total Part I and Part II Offenses

total offenses reported 5 year average
Total Offenses Reported5-Year Average

3.5% more offenses reported last year; 11% fewer than 2008

part i crimes 5 year average
Part I Crimes 5-Year Average

2971

264 or 10% more Part I crimes in 2012 than 2011; 2% fewer in 2012 than 2008.

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Part II Crimes5-Year Average

19 or .4% more Part II crimes in 2012 than 2011; 16% fewer in 2012 than 2008.

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Robberies5-Year Average

40

There were 5 fewer robberies in 2012

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Burglaries5-Year Average

253 of 437 (58%) of burglaries in 2012 were residential

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DUI Arrests

5-Year Average

There were 110 fewer DUI arrests made in 2012

clearance rates
Clearance Rates

Source of FBI Information: http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-the-u.s/2010/crime-in-the-u.s.-2010/clearances

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Traffic Crashes vs. Traffic Citations

Citations

Crashes

Since 2008, traffic crashes reduced by 8.4%

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2012 Fatality Traffic Crashes

ALL 4 ALCOHOL RELATED

2 ALCOHOL RELATED

0 ALCOHOL RELATED

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2012 Highlights

  • Two homicides:
    • March 7th - Henry Deniger arrested in St. Cloud, MN for the murder of his wife Kathy on March 6, 2012.
    • July 10th - Murder-Suicide - Daniel Williams believed to have killed himself after shooting his wife Linda in their south Fargo home the weekend of July 7th.
    • Bank Robberies:
    • December 17th - Gate City Bank – 1501 South University Drive. Timothy McKenna was arrested on December 19th , less than 48-hours after the robbery.
      • January 8th - Cornerstone Bank – 2627 University Drive South. Abraham Wilson was apprehended in Moorhead, MN within an hour of robbery following a short vehicle pursuit. Wilson was also linked to the January 6, 2013 robbery of the 12th Avenue North Stop N Go.
      • January 11th – Search warrant executed at south Fargo home relative to a child pornography investigation. Officers seized various computers and electronic devices containing more than 200,000 images and 500 videos. John Ehlen arrested and prosecuted federally.
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May 24 – Undercover prostitution sting resulted in arrest of Chad Lee Lindley of Fargo. In addition to Lindley attempting to solicit an undercover police informant for prostitution, further investigation revealed Lindley was engaged in human trafficking (17-year old female identified as engaging in unlawful sexual conduct.)

      • July 9 –Burglary at Bergstrom Electric resulted in loss of over $70,000 in copper wire. Suspect Soran Koreen Kaka tracked to Bismarck on August 2nd where he committed another burglary. Kaka followed back to Fargo by investigators where he was arrested.
  • September 21st - Downtown surveillance cameras installed in the 600 Block of NP Avenue. Since installation, Part I crimes reduced in that area (28 crimes previous year, 4 crimes since.)