Dothan, Alabama: 2016 Crime Statistics

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Dothan Alabama: 2016 Crime Statistics
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2016 TOTAL Dothan, Alabama, Crime Statistics (excluding January)
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____9 – Arson
__206 – Assault
__625 – Burglary
____5 – Homicide
1,681 – Larceny / Theft
__119 – Motor Vehicle Theft
___73 – Robbery
___33 – Sexual Assault
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2751 – TOTAL
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http://www.dothan.org/index.aspx?NID=530
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2016 TOTAL Dothan, Alabama, Crime Statistics by # (excluding January)
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____5 – Homicide
____9 – Arson
___33 – Sexual Assault
___73 – Robbery
__119 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__206 – Assault
__625 – Burglary
1,681 – Larceny / Theft
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2016 MONTHLY TOTAL CRIME STATISTICS
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2016 MONTHLY TOTAL CRIME STATISTICS
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226 Crimes – February
254 Crimes – March
233 Crimes – April
258 Crimes – May
256 Crimes – June
270 Crimes – July
286 Crimes – August
221 Crimes – September
320 Crimes – October
285 Crimes – November
142 Crimes – December
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2751 CRIMES
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2016 MONTHLY TOTAL CRIME STATISTICS by #
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142 Crimes – December
221 Crimes – September
226 Crimes – February
230 Crimes – July
233 Crimes – April
254 Crimes – March
258 Crimes – May
258 Crimes – November
260 Crimes – June
286 Crimes – August
320 Crimes – October
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2016 CRIME STATISTICS by MONTH
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FEBRUARY 2016
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__1 – Arson
_12 – Assault
_50 – Burglary
146 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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226 Crimes
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MARCH 2016
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_17 – Assault
_55 – Burglary
__2 – Homicide
163 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__2 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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254 Crimes
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APRIL 2016
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_23 – Assault
_44 – Burglary
142 – Larceny / Theft
__5 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
_11 – Sexual Assault
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233 Crimes
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MAY 2016
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__1 – Arson
_19 – Assault
_61 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
152 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_11 – Robbery
__5 – Sexual Assault
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258 Crimes
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JUNE 2016
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__1 – Arson
_26 – Assault
_45 – Burglary
159 – Larceny / Theft
_15 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__9 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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260 Crimes
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JULY 2016
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__4 – Arson
_26 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
147 – Larceny / Theft
_20 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__4 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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230 Crimes
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AUGUST 2016
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_16 – Assault
_78 – Burglary
168 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__9 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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286 Crimes
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SEPTEMBER 2016
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_10 – Assault
_51 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
143 – Larceny / Theft
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__5 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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221 Crimes
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OCTOBER 2016
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__1 – Arson
_20 – Assault
_60 – Burglary
217 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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320 Crimes
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NOVEMBER 2016
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__1 – Arson
_17 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
185 – Larceny / Theft
__6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__5 – Robbery
__4 – Sexual Assault
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258 Crimes
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DECEMBER 2016
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_20 – Assault
_47 – Burglary
_59 – Larceny / Theft
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__4 – Robbery
__3 – Sexual Assault
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142 Crimes
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2016 CRIME STATISTICS by #
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FEBRUARY 2016
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__1 – Arson
__1 – Sexual Assault
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
_12 – Assault
_50 – Burglary
146 – Larceny / Theft
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MARCH 2016
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__2 – Homicide
__2 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_17 – Assault
_55 – Burglary
163 – Larceny / Theft
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APRIL 2016
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__5 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
_11 – Sexual Assault
_23 – Assault
_44 – Burglary
142 – Larceny / Theft
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MAY 2016
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__1 – Arson
__1 – Homicide
__5 – Sexual Assault
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_11 – Robbery
_19 – Assault
_61 – Burglary
152 – Larceny / Theft
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JUNE 2016
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__1 – Arson
__1 – Sexual Assault
__9 – Robbery
_15 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_26 – Assault
_45 – Burglary
159 – Larceny / Theft
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JULY 2016
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__1 – Homicide
__1 – Sexual Assault
__4 – Arson
__4 – Robbery
_20 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_26 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
147 – Larceny / Theft
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AUGUST 2016
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__2 – Sexual Assault
__9 – Robbery
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_16 – Assault
_78 – Burglary
168 – Larceny / Theft
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SEPTEMBER 2016
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__1 – Homicide
__2 – Sexual Assault
__5 – Robbery
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_10 – Assault
_51 – Burglary
143 – Larceny / Theft
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OCTOBER 2016
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__1 – Arson
__1 – Sexual Assault
__8 – Robbery
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_20 – Assault
_60 – Burglary
217 – Larceny / Theft
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NOVEMBER 2016
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__1 – Arson
__4 – Sexual Assault
__5 – Robbery
__6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_17 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
185 – Larceny / Theft
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DECEMBER 2016
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__3 – Sexual Assault
__4 – Robbery
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_20 – Assault
_47 – Burglary
_59 – Larceny / Theft
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2016 CRIME STATISTICS COMPARED MONTHLY
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FEBRUARY 2016
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__1 – Arson
_12 – Assault
_50 – Burglary
146 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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MARCH 2016
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_17 – Assault (5 more than 2/2016)
_55 – Burglary (5 more than 2/2016)
__2 – Homicide (2 more than 2/2016)
163 – Larceny / Theft (17 more than 2/2016)
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft (7 more than 2/2016)
__2 – Robbery (6 less than 2/2016)
__2 – Sexual Assault (1 more than 2/2016)
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APRIL 2016
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_23 – Assault (6 more than 3/2016)
_44 – Burglary (10 less than 3/2016)
142 – Larceny / Theft (21 less than 3/2016)
__5 – Motor Vehicle Theft (8 less than 3/2016)
__8 – Robbery (6 more than 3/2016)
_11 – Sexual Assault (9 more than 3/2016)
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MAY 2016
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__1 – Arson (1 more than 4/2016)
_19 – Assault (4 less than 4/2016)
_61 – Burglary (17 more than 4/2016)
__1 – Homicide (1 more than 4/2016)
152 – Larceny / Theft (10 more than 4/2016)
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft (3 more than 4/2016)
_11 – Robbery (3 more than 4/2016)
__5 – Sexual Assault (6 less than 4/2016)
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JUNE 2016
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__1 – Arson (same as 5/2016)
_26 – Assault (7 more than 5/2016)
_45 – Burglary (16 less than 5/2016)
159 – Larceny / Theft (7 more than 5/2016)
_15 – Motor Vehicle Theft (7 more than 5/2016)
__9 – Robbery (2 less than 5/2016)
__1 – Sexual Assault (4 less than 5/2016)
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JULY 2016
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__4 – Arson (3 more than 6/2016)
_26 – Assault (same as 6/2016)
_67 – Burglary (22 more than 6/2016)
__1 – Homicide (1 more than 6/2016)
147 – Larceny / Theft (12 less than 6/2016)
_20 – Motor Vehicle Theft (5 more than 6/2016)
__4 – Robbery (5 less than 6/2016)
__1 – Sexual Assault (same as 6/2016)
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AUGUST 2016
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_16 – Assault (10 less than 7/2016)
_78 – Burglary (11 more than 7/2016)
168 – Larceny / Theft (21 more than 7/2016)
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft (7 less than 7/2016)
__9 – Robbery (5 more as 7/2016)
__2 – Sexual Assault (1 more than 7/2016)
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SEPTEMBER 2016
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_10 – Assault (6 less than 8/2016)
_51 – Burglary (25 less than 8/2016)
__1 – Homicide (1 more than 8/2016)
143 – Larceny / Theft (25 less than 8/2016)
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft (4 less than 8/2016)
__5 – Robbery (4 more than 8/2016)
__2 – Sexual Assault (same as 8/2016)
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OCTOBER 2016
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__1 – Arson (1 more than 9/2016)
_20 – Assault (10 more than 9/2016)
_60 – Burglary (9 more than 9/2016)
217 – Larceny / Theft (74 more than 9/2016)
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft (4 less than 9/2016)
__8 – Robbery (3 more than 9/2016)
__1 – Sexual Assault (1 less than 9/2016)
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NOVEMBER 2016
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__1 – Arson (same as 10/2016)
_17 – Assault (3 less than 10/2016)
_67 – Burglary (7 more than 10/2016)
185 – Larceny / Theft (32 more than 10/2016)
__6 – Motor Vehicle Theft (7 less than 10/2016)
__5 – Robbery (3 more than 10/2016)
__4 – Sexual Assault (3 less than 10/2016)
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DECEMBER 2016
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_20 – Assault (3 more than 11/2016)
_47 – Burglary (20 less than 11/2016)
_59 – Larceny / Theft (126 less than 11/2016)
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft (3 more than 11/2016)
__4 – Robbery (1 less than 11/2016)
__3 – Sexual Assault (1 less than 11/2016)
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FEBRUARY 2016
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__1 – Arson
_12 – Assault
_50 – Burglary
146 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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MARCH 2016
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_17 – Assault
_55 – Burglary
__2 – Homicide
163 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__2 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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APRIL 2016
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_23 – Assault
_44 – Burglary
142 – Larceny / Theft
__5 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
_11 – Sexual Assault
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MAY 2016
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__1 – Arson
_19 – Assault
_61 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
152 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_11 – Robbery
__5 – Sexual Assault
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JUNE 2016
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__1 – Arson
_26 – Assault
_45 – Burglary
159 – Larceny / Theft
_15 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__9 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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JULY 2016
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__4 – Arson
_26 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
147 – Larceny / Theft
_20 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__4 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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AUGUST 2016
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_16 – Assault
_78 – Burglary
168 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__9 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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SEPTEMBER 2016
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_10 – Assault
_51 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
143 – Larceny / Theft
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__5 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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OCTOBER 2016
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__1 – Arson
_20 – Assault
_60 – Burglary
217 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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NOVEMBER 2016
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__1 – Arson
_17 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
185 – Larceny / Theft
__6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__5 – Robbery
__4 – Sexual Assault
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DECEMBER 2016
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_20 – Assault
_47 – Burglary
_59 – Larceny / Theft
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__4 – Robbery
__3 – Sexual Assault
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February 2016
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__1 – Arson
_12 – Assault
_50 – Burglary
146 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/2979
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March 2016
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_17 – Assault
_55 – Burglary
__2 – Homicide
163 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__2 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3021
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April 2016
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_23 – Assault
_44 – Burglary
142 – Larceny / Theft
__5 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
_11 – Sexual Assault
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3103
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May 2016
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__1 – Arson
_19 – Assault
_61 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
152 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_11 – Robbery
__5 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3154
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June 2016
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__1 – Arson
_26 – Assault
_45 – Burglary
159 – Larceny / Theft
_15 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__9 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3242
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July 2016
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__4 – Arson
_26 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
147 – Larceny / Theft
_20 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__4 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3287
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August 2016
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_16 – Assault
_78 – Burglary
168 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__9 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3314
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3315
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September 2016
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_10 – Assault
_51 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
143 – Larceny / Theft
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__5 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3363
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3365
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October 2016
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__1 – Arson
_20 – Assault
_60 – Burglary
217 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3389
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3388
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November 2016
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__1 – Arson
_17 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
185 – Larceny / Theft
__6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__5 – Robbery
__4 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3429
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3428
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December 2016
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_20 – Assault
_47 – Burglary
_59 – Larceny / Theft
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__4 – Robbery
__3 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3664
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3666
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FEBRUARY 2016
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1 – ARSON
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1 – Arson First Degree
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12 – ASSAULT
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_1 – Assault First Degree

_3 – Assault Second Degree

_1 – Chemical Endangerment

_3 – Domestic Violence First Degree

_1 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

_1 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

_1 – Elder abuse and neglect

_1 – Terrorist Threat
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50 – BURGLARY
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_2 – Burglary First Degree

_3 – Burglary Second Degree

45 – Burglary Third Degree
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146 – LARCENY / THEFT
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_5 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)

_2 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $500 to $2,500)

_7 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $1500 to $2,500)

13 – Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 or Less)

11 – Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 to $1499)

_2 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $499 or less

41 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $500 or less

23 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree ($500 or less)

_3 – Theft of Lost Property Second Degree (Greater Than $500 to $2,500)

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Second Degree $1500-$2500

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Third Degree $500-$1499

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

36 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
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8 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
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7 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)

1 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $500 to $2,500)
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8 – ROBBERY
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4 – Robbery First Degree

1 – Robbery Second Degree

3 – Robbery Third Degree
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1 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
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1 – Rape First Degree
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MARCH 2016
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17 – ASSAULT
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2 – Assault First Degree

4 – Assault Second Degree

1 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

4 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

3 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

1 – Domestic Violence Second Degree – Intimidating a Witness

1 – Terrorist Threat

1 – Throwing / Shooting Into Occupied Vehicle
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55 – BURGLARY
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2 – Burglary First Degree

5 – Burglary Second Degree

48 – Burglary Third Degree
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2 – HOMICIDE
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2 – Murder
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163 – LARCENY / THEFT
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_1 – Failure to Pay for Gasoline

_5 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)

_7 – Theft of Property Second Degree [Greater Than $1500 to $2,50

18 – Theft of Property Third Degree [$500 to $1499]

86 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $500 or less

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Second Degree $1500-$2500

_5 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

40 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
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13 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
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13 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
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2 – ROBBERY
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2 – Robbery First Degree
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2 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
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1 – Rape First Degree

1 – Rape Second Degree
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APRIL 2016
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23 – ASSAULT
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3 – Assault Second Degree

5 – Chemical Endangerment

1 – Discharge Firearm Into an Occupied Dwelling or Vehicle

1 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

2 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

1 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

3 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Intimidating a Witness

2 – Terrorist Threat

1 – Throwing / Shooting Into Occupied Vehicle

3 – Torture / Willful Abuse of Child
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44 – BURGLARY
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_3 – Burglary First Degree

_3 – Burglary Second Degree

38 – Burglary Third Degree
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142 – LARCENY / THEFT
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_6 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500]

_6 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $1500 to $2,500)

13 – Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 to $1499)

84 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $500 or less

_2 – Theft of Lost Property Third Degree $500-$1499

_3 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

28 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
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5 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
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5 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
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8 – ROBBERY
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6 – Robbery First Degree

2 – Robbery Third Degree
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11 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
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9 – Rape First Degree

2 – Sodomy First Degree
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MAY 2016
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1 – ARSON
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1 – Arson Second Degree
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19 – ASSAULT
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2 – Assault First Degree

3 – Assault Second Degree

1 – Chemical Endangerment

1 – Criminal Use of Defensive Spray

3 – Discharge Firearm into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

2 – Domestic Violence First Degree

3 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

2 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Intimidating a Witness

1 – Terrorist Threat
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61 – BURGLARY
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_3 – Burglary First Degree

_2 – Burglary Second Degree

56 – Burglary Third Degree
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1 – HOMICIDE
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1 – Murder
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152 – LARCENY / THEFT
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_1 – Failure to Pay for Gasoline

_1 – Theft by Fraudulent Leasing

_3 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500)

_1 – Theft of Property second Degree, $500 or less

15 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $1500 to $2,500)

20 – Theft of Property Third Degree [$500 to $1499]

74 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $500 or less

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Second Degree $1500-$2500

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Third Degree $500-$1499

_4 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

31 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
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8 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
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8 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500]
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11 – ROBBERY
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9 – Robbery First Degree

2 – Robbery Third Degree
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5 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
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5 – Rape First Degree
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JUNE 2016
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1 – ARSON
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1 – Arson Second Degree
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26 – ASSAULT
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1 – Aggravated Child Abuse

1 – Aggravated Stalking, Second Degree

2 – Assault First Degree

1 – Assault Second Degree

3 – Chemical Endangerment

1 – Criminal Use of Defensive Spray

3 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

5 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

3 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

1 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree – Punishment

3 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Terrorist Threat

1 – Torture / Willful Abuse of Child
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45 – BURGLARY
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_1 – Burglary First Degree

_3 – Burglary Second Degree

41 – Burglary Third Degree
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159 – LARCENY / THEFT
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5 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500)

9 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $1500 to $2,500]

26 – Theft of Property Third Degree [$500 to $1499]

41 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $499 or less

37 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $500 or less

3 – Theft of Lost Property Third Degree $500-$1499

3 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

35 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
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15 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
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15 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500)
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9 – ROBBERY
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6 – Robbery First Degree

1 – Robbery Second Degree

2 – Robbery Third Degree
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1 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
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1 – Rape First Degree
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In the interest of transparency and public interest, the Dothan Police Department makes available to all members of the public these unofficial Part I crime reports

The data contained in this work product was accurate that the time of publication but is subject to change at any time and may not reflect the final crime data reported to the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center or the Federal Bureau of Investigation
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Dennis C. Latham is a Renegade Emperor King Barack Obama Lover who Hates TRUTH from specific people

President Barack Obama the liar -Barack Obama backing what I said TO BE TRUE
PROVING Obama to be a liar but Obama has too much PRIDE in his hate towards Conservatives and Trump To admit being wrong
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The Renegade Emperor King has No Clothes
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King Latham’s Universal Revolution – BOOO YAH !!!
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If Dennis C. Latham is a “King,” he is a

“KING of FOOLS,” like OBAMA

YAH BOY !!!
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Attorney Jerry Blevins of Montgomery, AL is a liar who hates TRUTH from specific people
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attorney jerry blevins the liar – Insurance Agent backing what I said TO BE TRUE
PROVING blevins to be a liar but blevins has too much PRIDE in his hate towards Obama Care and Obama To admit being wrong
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Dennis C. Latham
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Dennis C. Latham
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Jonathan Gruber, obamacare architect, says Dennis C. Latham is STUPID
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CNN (@CNN)
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Barack Hussein Obama LIES

If you like your Doctor
You can Keep your Doctor

If you like your Health Plan
You can keep your Health Plan
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Barack H. Obama LIES

On my first day in office, we closed the revolving door between lobbying firms and the government so that no one in my administration would make decisions based on the interests of former or future employers
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Barack Obama rails against Supreme Court “strike on democracy
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Politico (@Politico)

Malachy Browne (@MalachyBrowne)

1/24/2010
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Barack Obama LIES

No political appointees in an Obama-Biden administration will be permitted to work on regulations or contracts directly and substantially related to their prior employer for two years

And no political appointee will be able to lobby the executive branch after leaving government service during the remainder of the administration
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Tougher rules against revolving door for lobbyists and former officials
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The Tampa Bay Times Politi-Fact
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Obama CORRUPT EPA
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Energy and Environment Legal Institute Report: Improper Collusion Between Environmental Pressure Groups and the Environmental Protection Agency As Revealed by Freedom of Information Act Requests
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Interim Report September 2014
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when rules represent

an unprecedented break from past practices, the public has a right to know whether this decision was based on policy or politics
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Watchdog calls on IG to probe refiners’ influence on proposed RFS rule
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E and E News

Melanie Sloan Amanda Paterka

May 22, 2014
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Energy and Environmental Law
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http://eelegal.org/?page_id=1493
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Obama EPA of CORRUPTION
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Eye on the Environmental Protection Agency (@EPA): Less Than Thorough – Flaws in Recent EPA Office of Inspector General Investigations: OIG Ignores Leads on EPA’s Email Follies
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Obama LIES

In the face of doubt, openness prevails. The government should not keep information confidential merely because public officials might be embarrassed by disclosure, because errors and failures might be revealed, or because of speculative or abstract fears
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Obama Lays Out Ethics Rules
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The Washington Post (@WashingtonPost)

Chris Cillizza (@TheFix)

November 11, 2008
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MEMORANDUM FOR THE HEADS OF EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
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SUBJECT: Freedom of Information Act
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http://www.whitehouse.gov/the_press_office/Freedom_of_Information_Act
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Obama CORRUPTED EPA
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EPA Improperly Denies FOIA Waivers for Disfavored Groups, Inspector General Again Improperly Limits Inquiry into Abuses
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Christopher Horner (@Chris_C_Horner)

Chaim Mandelbaum

Cliff Smith

Brittany Mandi

July, 2014

June 27, 2014
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Obama LIES that his administration will be the most Transparent
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Barack Obama (@BarackObama Barack Hussein Obama) CORRUPT Renegade Emperor King unilaterally declared that the U.S. Senate was NOT IN SESSION; when it was in fact in a “pro forma session,” so that he could make so-called recess appointments of his three (3) highly partisan nominees to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) without Senate approval (January 2012)

U.S. Constitution permits temporary “recess” appointments when the Senate is NOT IN SESSION

Senate was in a “pro forma session”

Obama defined the session as a SHAM

Noel Canning, a soft-drink distributor, sued the N.L.R.B., claiming the Obama administration exceeded its constitutional authority when it appointed three (3) NLRB members who ruled on his case

Therefore, the N L R B lacked a quorum of five (5) members because three (3) of them were appointed unconstitutionally when Obama ignored Senate rule that it was in session

NLRB kept conducting business as usual in spite of the lawsuit and in spite of a D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals opinion striking down the appointments

“the Senate is part of a co-equal branch of government that is entitled to set its own rules, and the president can’t step in and override them”

Supreme Court

Justice Stephen Bryer

In our view, however, the pro forma sessions count as sessions, not as periods of recess

We hold that, for purposes of the Recess Appointments Clause, the Senate is in session when it says it is, provided that, under its own rules, it retains the capacity to transact Senate business

The Senate met that standard here

The Democratic-controlled board of the NLRB, a federal agency that oversees private-sector union-organizing elections and referees management-employee disputes, decided 436 cases during the 18 months two (2) of the three (3) now-invalid appointees were seated, an NLRB spokesman said

The third appointee stepped down after several months on the job. The current board must decide whether to protectively redo those 416 rulings to try to shield them from new challenges, though labor lawyers said that in general, the vast majority of board decisions aren’t controversial

Many of the NLRB orders have likely already been implemented, such as workers being rehired or collective-bargaining contracts being negotiated and implemented. It would be hard to undo such things and likely not worthwhile for parties to challenge, labor lawyers said

Still, more than 100 of the 436 decisions were challenged by companies in federal court and could be sent back by the courts to the board to be re-decided—if they haven’t been otherwise resolved, labor lawyers said. . . .
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Obama Cannot Set Senate Rules
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American Center for Law and Justice (@ACLJ)

Jay Sekulow (@JaySekulow)
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American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ)
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NLRB v. Noel Canning, Docket No. 12-1281
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2014
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Supreme Court Ruling Forces NLRB to Scramble to Revisit Cases
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Wall Street Journal (@WSJ)

Melanie Trottman (@MelanieTrottman)

June 26, 2014
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Michael “Mike” West, City Manager, Dothan, Alabama, Awarded Donald J. Trump “Law and Order” Candidate of the Year Award for 2016 (Rickey Stokes)

I have awarded Dothan, Alabama, City Manager Mike West, the Donald J. Trump “Law and Order” Candidate of the Year Award for 2016, for his decision to take the LAW into his own hands and ILLEGALLY use Executive Action to specially appoint judge Carl Chamblee, Jr. to handle the case of Rickey Stokes

Please join me in recognizing Mike West and his effort to help keep Dothan, Alabama, as the CORRUPTION Capitol of the CONfederacy

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City of Dothan seeks new trial for bondsman Rickey Stokes
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City admits special judge improperly appointed

Dothan Eagle (@DothanEagle)

Matt Elofson (@MattElofson)

Crime and courts reporter

Jun 13, 2016
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Trial and Case Involving The City of Dothan
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Rickey Stokes News (@RickeyStokesNews)

Rickey Stokes (@Rickey_Stokes)

Posted by: RStokes

Date: Jun 14 2016 9:26 PM
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Dothan seeks dismissal of federal lawsuit filed by Dothan bondsman Rickey Stokes
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Dothan Eagle (@DothanEagle)

Lance Griffin (@EagleLance)

News reporter

August 9, 2016
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Judge sides with Stokes and dismisses unlawful imprisonment charges against bail bondsman
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WTVY (@WTVYNews4)

By Staff Reports

Posted: Mon 6:10 PM, Oct 24, 2016

Updated: Mon 7:35 PM, Oct 24, 2016
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Legal fees in Rickey Stokes case piling up for the city
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Dothan First

STEPHEN CREWS

Posted: Dec 07, 2016 02:41 PM CST

Updated: Dec 07, 2016 02:53 PM CST
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Jun 13, 2016 – Stokes v. City of Dothan, Alabama (1:16-cv-00430), Alabama Middle District Court, Filed: 06/13/2016 …
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June 13, 2016
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Stokes Trial Transcript
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Reconsideration Appeal

Filed by Dothan
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Stokes
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https://scribd.zxcv.website/document/325676995/Reconsideration-Appeal-Stokes-Filed-By-Dothan
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Reconsideration Appeal

Filed by Dothan
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Stokes
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Defendant’s Objection to Motion to Reconsider

Stokes
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“They told him to GET US OFF and unchain the door. He didn’t do it, he walked right out the door and left us chained up,” says Tiller (Greg Tiller on Bondsman Rickey Stokes of A-Advantage Bonding, Dothan, Alabama)

“They told him to GET US OFF…”
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Bail Bondsman Issue
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WTVY (@WTVYNews4)

Jessica Leicht (@JessicaLeichtKKTV)

Posted: Wed 11:15 PM, Jun 04, 2014
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http://www.wtvy.com/home/headlines/Bail-Bondsman-Issue–261925361.html
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Johnathan Reese

Dothan Municipal Court

Tiller and Reese see it differently

They say an officer told stokes he could not chain them to the doors

Rose Evans Gordon, Dothan, Alabama, Municipal Court Judge, declares: “There’s not an insufficiency in our court process, it works very well, we handle a large docket, we do it fairly and PARTIALLY, …”

The fact that Rose Gordon, Municipal Court Judge, declares that she handles her court process “PARTIALLY,” should come as no surprise to anyone who has ever filed a complaint with Judge Gordon in Dothan, Alabama

March 23, 2015, 9:35 AM, I e-mailed a complaint to Municipal Court Judge Rose Evans Gordon via J. Metzger (jmetzger@dothan.org), about the actions of a Dothan Magistrate, and NEVER received a response

I’m sure this will come as no surprise to Rickey Stokes

Unlike the case of Bondsman Rickey Stokes at A-Advantage Bonding, Greg Tiller, and Johnathan Reese, where Rose Gordon said:

I was horrified for them,”

she obviously was not “HORRIFIED” about the allegations in my complaint, enough to comment

She also said:

“I am horrified and embarrased this happened in my court,” but I can only conclude that she was NOT “HORRIFIED and EMBARASSED” about the allegations in my complaint
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Bail Bondsman Issue
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WTVY (@WTVYNews4)

Jessica Leicht (@JessicaLeichtKKTV)

Posted: Wed 11:15 PM, Jun 04, 2014
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“There’s not an insufficiency in our court process, it works very well, we handle a large docket, we do it fairly and partially, compassionately and I am horrified and embarrased this happened in my court.”

Eye on the Environmental Protection Agency (@EPA): Less Than Thorough – Flaws in Recent EPA Office of Inspector General Investigations: OIG Ignores Leads on EPA’s Email Follies


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the Committee has learned that at least these individuals were using private email accounts: …

M. Allyn Brooks-LaSure, Deputy Associate Administrator for Public Affairs

David Cohen, Spokesman

Michelle DePass, Assistant Administrator for International and Tribal Affairs

Larry Elworth, former Chief Agricultural Advisor

Brendan Gilfillan, Deputy Press Secretary

Robert Goulding, former Director of Operations

Michael Moats, former Chief Speechwriter

Seth Oster, former Associate Administrator for the Office of External Affairs and Environmental Education

Bob Perciasepe, Deputy Administrator

Mathy Stanislaus, Assistant Administrator for the Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response

Bob Sussman, former Senior Policy Council

Diane Thompson, former Chief of Staff

Tseming Yang, former Deputy General Counsel

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Eye on the EPA:

Less Than Thorough – Flaws in Recent EPA OIG Investigations:

OIG Ignores Leads on EPA’s Email Follies
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Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, Minority (Feb. 13, 2014)

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Exposed examples of EPA officials using private accounts

Lisa Jackson, EPA Administrator’s false-identity email account in the name of “Richard Windsor”

(see CEI v. EPA, D.D.C., 12-cv-1617)

Judith Enck, EPA Region 2 Administrator’s AOL account

(EPA-R2-2014-001585)

James Martin, former EPA Region 8 Administrator’s ME.com account

(see Competitive Enterprise Institute v. EPA, D.D.C., 12-cv-1497

(FOIA 08-FOI-00203-12)

(see also FOIA EPA FOIA-R8-2014-000358))

Jared Blumenfeld, EPA Region 9 Administrator’s Comcast.net account

(see CEI v. EPA, D.D.C. 13-cv-627

(voluntarily dismissed on EPA’s promise of producing responsive records, under

(FOIA EPA-R9-2013-007631))

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Eye on the EPA:

Less Than Thorough – Flaws in Recent EPA OIG Investigations:

OIG Ignores Leads on EPA’s Email Follies

Thursday, February 13, 2014

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was designed to be independent of political influence while investigating and preventing waste, fraud, and abuse at the Agency

Recent reports coming from the OIG have raised concerns from the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW) Republicans due to a lack of transparency and potential bias when crafting and researching their reports

Below are three examples showing how the OIG has failed to impartially investigate the Agency and has simply rubberstamped EPA’s controversial practices

EPW Republicans believe it is time for Congress to have more scrutiny over what is going on in the OIG’s office at EPA

OIG Ignores Hydraulic Fracturing Facts and Gives EPA Expanded Authority

In 2010, EPA Region 6 issued an Emergency Administrative Order (EAO), aimed at shutting down natural gas production wells belonging to Range Resources, an oil and gas company operating in Parker County, Texas to further justify onerous federal regulations on hydraulic fracturing

Amidst an ongoing State investigation EPA interceded formally claiming that it had determined that the company’s drilling for natural gas had

caused or contributed to the contamination of at least two residential drinking water wells.”[1]
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[1] Press Release, Envtl. Prot. Agency, EPA Issues an Imminent and Substantial Endangerment Order to Protect Drinking Water in Southern Parker County (Dec. 7, 2010)
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http://yosemite.epa.gov/opa/admpress.nsf/ab2d81eb088f4a7e85257359003f5339/713f73b4
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The evidence behind the EAO was both flawed and manipulated, having been highly criticized and disputed by State officials, Members of Congress, and a wide range of stakeholders

EPA’s very issuance of the EAO was an unnecessary usurpation of traditional state authority and an attempt to manufacture a smoking gun against hydraulic fracturing

The OIG’s report on EPA’s actions against Range Resources was published a year and a half after the initial request

The OIG failed to hold EPA accountable for a multitude of inappropriate and unjustified actions in issuing the EAO

The report entirely ignored EPA’s political dealings and collusion with far-left environmental groups, and disregarded EPA’s manipulation of facts and science to justify the issuance of the EAO in the first place

In fact, the OIG report went as far as to commend EPA for properly conforming to agency guidelines by exercising what the OIG interpreted as their limitless authority under the SDWA, stating,

for the EPA to take and enforce a Section 1431 emergency order, it needs neither proof that contamination has already occurred nor proof that the recipient of the order is responsible for the contamination.”[2]
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[2] Office of Inspector Gen., Envtl, Prot. Agency, Report No. 14-P-0044 Response to Congressional Inquiry Regarding the EPA’s Emergency Order to the Range Resources Gas Drilling Company (Dec. 20, 2013)
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http://www.epa.gov/oig/reports/2014/20131220-14-P-0044.pdf
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The OIG report was the result of a Congressional request from all six Republican Senators from Region 6 to look into the actions of the EPA region

The request letter’s questions were carefully crafted with extensive negotiations with and edits made by the OIG – questions which the OIG subsequently chose largely to ignore

It has set a dangerous precedent in giving EPA carte blanche authority to issue EAOsno proof necessary – to suspend the operations of any company or individual and forcing them to incur unlimited costs in taking actions deemed necessary by EPA

On Friday, February 7, 2014, the OIG announced a plan to conduct a review on EPA’s and States’ ability to manage potential threats to water resources from hydraulic fracturing.”]3]
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[3] Memorandum from Dan Engelberg, Dir., Water Issues, Office of Program Evaluation, Office of Inspector Gen., Envtl. Prot. Agency, to Nancy Stoner, Acting Assistant Adm’r for Water, Envtl. Prot. Agency (Feb. 5, 2014)
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Despite the OIG’s inability to carry out their own stated mission of conducting

independent oversight of the programs and operations of the Environmental Protection Agency

in order to

prevent and detect fraud, waste, and abuse,”

they have seemingly taken on a new investigation that is both outside the scope of their authorities as well as their expertise.[4]
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The OIG is greatly outstepping its bounds in reviewing States’ regulatory policies for what one can only glean is to further justify EPA’s political agenda aimed at federal control of hydraulic fracturing despite any legitimate need to do so

OIG Ignores Leads on EPA’s Email Follies

In 2013, several Congressional Committees, including the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW) had expressed serious concerns that the actions of several high ranking EPA officials may have violated transparency statutes,[5] namely the Federal Records Act (FRA) and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), by using personal and alias email accounts to conduct agency business
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[5] Minority Office, S. Comm. on Evt’l and Pub. Works, A Call for Sunshine: EPA’s FOIA and Fed. Records Failures Uncovered 9-15 (Sept. 9, 2013)
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Both statutes were put in place to help ordinary Americans keep tabs on their government, but require the cooperation and diligence of the Administrative Branch to ensure that responsive records are captured and preserved

Prompted by the discovery that EPA officials had violated the Agency’s internal email protocol,[6] the EPA OIG released a report entitled,

Congressionally Requested Inquiry into the EPA’s Use of Private and Alias Email Accounts

on September 26, 2013.[7]
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[7] Office of Inspector Gen., Envtl. Prot. Agency, Report No. 13-P-0433, Congressionally Requested Inquiry into the EPA’s Use of Private and Alias Email Accounts (Sept. 26, 2013)
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According to the report, the OIG

found no evidence that the EPA used, promoted or encouraged the use of private ‘non-governmental’ email accounts to circumvent records management.”[8]
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[8] Office of Inspector Gen., Envtl. Prot. Agency, Report No. 13-P-0433, Congressionally Requested Inquiry into the EPA’s Use of Private and Alias Email Accounts: At a Glance (Sept. 26, 2013)
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Since that finding the Committee has learned that at least these individuals were using private email accounts:
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• Lisa Jackson, former Administrator
• Bob Perciasepe, Deputy Administrator
• Jared Blumenfeld, Region 9 Administrator
• James Martin, former Region 8 Administrator
• Judith Enck, Region 2 Administrator
• Michelle DePass, Assistant Administrator for International and Tribal Affairs
• Mathy Stanislaus, Assistant Administrator for the Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
• M. Allyn Brooks-Lasure, Deputy Associate Administrator for Public Affairs
• Brendan Gilfillan, Deputy Press Secretary
• Bob Sussman, former Senior Policy Counsel
• David Cohen, Spokesman
• Robert Goulding, former Director of Operations
• Michael Moats, former Chief Speechwriter
• Seth Oster, former Associate Administrator of the Office of External Affairs and Environmental Education
• Larry Elworth, former Chief Agricultural Advisor
• Tseming Yang, former Deputy General Counsel
• Diane Thompson, former Chief of Staff
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A number of factors lead to the OIG’s faulty conclusion

In the course of writing the report, OIG relied solely on interviews of EPA officials willing to cooperate, and never examined in any way, actual staff emails.[9]
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[9] Minority Office, S. Comm. on Evt’l and Pub. Works, A Call for Sunshine: EPA’s FOIA and Fed. Records Failures Uncovered 12-14 (Sept. 9, 2013); Briefing for Staff of S. Comm. on Env’t and Pub. Works (Jan. 24, 2014)
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Additionally, according to the OIG, they have no authority to review the use of private email accounts for agency business beyond asking the employee if they have ever improperly used a private email account,[10] and did not follow-up or fact-check
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[10] Briefing for Staff of S. Comm. on Env’t and Pub. Works (Jan. 24, 2014)
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Moreover, investigators never spoke to former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson or former General Counsel Scott Fulton, two senior level officials who played central roles in the controversy,[11] nor did the OIG examine or compare the practice of using alias accounts by Administrator Jackson and past Administrators
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[11] E-mail from [Michael Goode, Project Manager, Office of Audit, Office of Inspector Gen. Envt’l Prot. Agency, to Lisa Jackson, Former Adm’r, Envt’l Prot. Agency (May 2, 2013 03:06 PM); E-mail from Michael Goode, Project Manager, Office of Audit, Office of Inspector Gen. Envt’l Prot. Agency, to Scott Fulton, Former Gen. Counsel, Envt’l Prot. Agency (May 2, 2013 03:01 PM); Briefing for Staff of S. Comm. on Env’t and Pub. Works (Jan. 24, 2014)
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The OIG also did not review the emails showing that EPA officials were inappropriately using their email accounts that were produced in response to multiple FOIA requests

In September 2013, EPW Republicans released a report entitled:

A Call for Sunshine: EPA’s FOIA and Federal Records Failures Uncovered,”

which provides a detailed accounting of EPA’s inappropriate email practices

Additionally, the Committee has confirmed that Region 9 Administrator Jared Blumenfeld used his private email account to conduct agency business, although during his interview with the IG, he lied and said that he had not.[1]
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[1] Minority Office, S. Comm. on Evt’l and Pub. Works, A Call for Sunshine: EPA’s FOIA and Fed. Records Failures Uncovered 9-15 (Sept. 9, 2013) (citing letter from Jared Blumenfeld, Reg’l Adm’r, U.S. Envt’l Prot. Agency Region 9, to Hon. David Vitter Ranking Member S. Comm. on Env’t and Pub. Works (Sept. 6, 2013))
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It does not appear that Blumenfeld has been held accountable by the Agency for lying to the IG

OIG Turns Blind Eye to Crony Clean Air Advisors

In 2011, former EPW Ranking Member Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.) asked the EPA OIG to evaluate EPA’s management of the Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC), the Advisory Council on Clean Air Compliance Analysis (Council), and the peer review process in order to address concerns of a lack of impartiality, failure to balance perspectives, failure to rotate members, and financial conflicts of interest.[12]
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https://www.epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/press-releases-all?ID=503cd8ab-802a-23ad-45e8-1d8528fa6847
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In 2013, the OIG concluded its audit and released the report entitled,

EPA Can Better Document Resolution of Ethics and Partiality Concerns in Managing Clean Air Federal Advisory Committees.[13]
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13-P-0387

9/11/2013
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http://www.epa.gov/oig/reports/2013/20130911-13-P-0387.pdf
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During the course of the audit, OIG reviewed only 37% of the CASAC and Council member files from 1998 to 2012, reviewing only 18% “in depth,” without disclosing their selection process

They also admitted that they relied solely on members’ financial disclosure forms to assess impartiality concerns and did not attempt to conduct any independent research, including search engines (Lexis, Google, etc.)

Even though 72% of CASAC and Council members from 2006 to the present have received EPA and related multi-agency research grants

OIG stated that members with research grants did not present a conflict of interest, and did not follow up on that line of inquiry

Additionally, the OIG used a narrow scope to examine the membership balance, ignoring whether panels were balanced based on consideration of individual members’ independence or impartiality concerns, viewpoints, receipt of research grants, or membership tenure
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Unfortunately, the report refrained from making specific recommendations to address concerns of impartiality, potential conflicts of interest, and membership balance, missing the opportunity to reform EPA’s policies for the scientific community responsible for providing advice on some of the Agency’s most aggressive regulations

In the case of addressing EPA procedures for when financial conflict of interest disclosures were blatantly violated, OIG recommended that EPA instruct employees of the proper procedures and nothing more

OIG kept their recommendations broad and to a minimum, including one that EPA could better document the membership selection process

While EPA’s current process is not fully transparent, nor does it provide assurance of neutrality, OIG failed to specify what EPA could do to address these weaknesses

Additional Concerns with OIG

On August 27, 2013, Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) requested the OIG

immediately launch an investigation of the Agency’s policies and processes that facilitated John Beale’s fraud, and to make recommendations to ensure that this does not happen again.”[14]
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[14] Letter from the Hon. David Vitter, Ranking Member, Senate Env. and Public Wks Com., to the Hon. Arthur Elkins, Inspector Gen., Envtl. Prot. Agency (Aug. 27, 2013)
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During the course of this investigation, the OIG changed its protocol in executing their responsibilities to Congress

OIG protocol dictate that in a response to a Congressional request, the report or work product is produced to the requestor before it is available to the public

However, the OIG cancelled their requested briefing with EPW Republican staff right before their reports on Beale would be released to the public, thus abandoning its protocols

In a January 14, 2014, letter the current EPA IG, Arthur Elkins, has since confirmed that his office’s actions were problematic and stated,

In light of the OIGs obligations under the IG Act to be open and transparent – and given the issues raised by recent reports – the OIG is revisiting practicality and fairness issues as they relate to the sequence currently dictated by our protocol

Should we decide to appeal or revise that protocol, we will publicaly [sic – publicly] announce the change.”[15]
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[15] Letter from Arthur Elkins, Inspector Gen., Envtl. Prot. Agency, to Hon. David Vitter, Ranking Member, S. Comm. on Envt. and Pub. Works (Jan. 27, 2014)
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Click here to read Sen. Vitter’s letter to his colleagues on the EPA OIG protocol change

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