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Hermiston Police Release 2004-2013 Crime Stats

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HERMISTON, Or. - Hermiston Police have released the city's crime statistics for the last 10 years, looking at several violent and property incidents.

In 2013, officers are reporting the following:

0 Homicides - a 100% decrease from 1 homicide in 2012.

2 Rapes - a 200% increase from the 0 rapes in 2012.

3 Robberies - a 40% decrease from the 5 robberies in 2012.

2 Aggravated Assaults - a 60% decrease from the 5 aggravated assaults in 2012.

16 Burglaries - a 61% decrease from the 41 burglaries in 2012.

115 Larcenies - a 15% decrease from the 136 larcenies in 2012.

17 Auto Thefts - a 21% increase from the 14 auto thefts in 2012.

1 Arson - a 50% decrease from the 2 arsons in 2012.

Police say in total for 2013, there have been 7 violent crimes, (a 36% decrease from the 11 violent crimes in 2012) and 149 property crimes, (a 23% decrease from the 193 property crimes in 2012).

 

 

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