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January 28, 2013

Crime in the Tri-County: 2012

Drugs remain biggest problem





Murders: 1

Rapes: 2

Robberies: 5

Assault: 58

Burglaries: 87

Thefts: 197

Auto Thefts: 17

Drug-Drug Related Offenses: 350

Traffic Stops: 3,280

Citations Written: 2,699

Traffic Accidents (collisions, including injury, non-injury and hit-and-run) 744

DUI Arrests: 73

Shoplifting: 197

Domestic Violence Cases: 198

Total Number of Cases: 621

Total Number of CAD (Computer Aided Dispatch) Calls: 17,394

SOURCE: Corbin Police Department



Murders: 0

Rape: 8

Robberies: 0

Assault: 6

Burglaries: 16

Larceny: 24

Auto Theft: 5

Arson: 0

SOURCE: TFC Don Trosper, Public Affairs Officer, KSP-Post 11, London



Murders: 2

Rape: 6

Robberies: 2

Assault: 5

Burglaries: 41

Larceny: 61

Auto Theft: 12

Arson: 5

SOURCE: TFC Don Trosper, Public Affairs Officer, KSP-Post 11, London



Murders: 3

Rape: 2

Robbery: 2

Assault: 5

Burglaries: 70

Larceny: 70

Auto Theft: 16

Arson: 4

Part Two Crimes: 134 (Part two crimes could be from DUI, forgery and counterfeiting, fraud, simple assaults, stolen property, embezzlement, vandalism to disorderly conduct)

TOTAL: 283

SOURCE: Christopher Daniels, Criminal Intelligence Analyst, KSP-Post 10, Harlan.


Non-Injury Crashes: 1,023

Injury Crashes: 352

DUI Complaints: 673

Alarms: 2,353

Breaking and Entering Calls: 386

Domestic Calls: 548

Extra Patrol: 348

Motorist Assists: 275

Prowler Complaints: 172

Welfare Checks: 320

Drug Overdoses: 24

Calls for Assistance: 16,109

Time of Day for Most Calls: 5-6 p.m.

Day of Week for Most Calls: Friday and Saturday

SOURCE: Laurel County Sheriff’s Department


Murders: 2

Rape: 3

Robberies: 8

Assault: 9

Burglaries: 53

Thefts (Larceny): 348

Auto Thefts: 18

Drug-Drug Related Offenses: 134

Drug Related Complaints: 247

Traffic Accidents: 1,248 (2 with fatalities, 92 with injuries but with 147 persons injured)

DUI Offenses: 658 (145 arrests for DUI)

Shoplifting: 323

Arrests: 1,101 (Average of 3 per day)

Calls for service coming in from Laurel 911: 14,257

SOURCE: London Police Department


Total Complaints (Incidents): 8,702

Reported Vehicle Accidents: 709

Domestic Complaints: 253

Juvenile Complaints: 111

Reckless Driving: 312

Theft: 435

Reported Burglaries: 248

Assaults: 77

Stolen Vehicles: 31

SOURCE: Whitley County Sheriff’s Department


Robberies: 2

Assault: 23

Burglaries: 78

Theft Complaints: 201

Vehicle Theft: 12

Reckless Driving: 303

Domestic Complaints: 115

DUI: 68

Under Influence of Drugs: 41

Shoplifting: 159

Calls for service coming into dispatch: 6,226

SOURCE: Williamsburg Police Department


Statistics not available at press time


Statistics not available at press time.


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