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Dothan, Alabama: 2017 Crime Statistics

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Dothan Alabama January 2017 Crime Statistics
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_2 – Arson
20 – Assault
48 – Burglary
62 – Larceny / Theft
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_5 – Robbery
_2 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3665
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3667
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Dothan Alabama February 2017 Crime Statistics
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_1 – Arson
29 – Assault
33 – Burglary
_2 – Homicide
44 – Larceny / Theft
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_2 – Robbery
_1 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3691
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3692
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Dothan Alabama January 2017 Crime Statistics by #
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_2 – Arson
_2 – Sexual Assault
_5 – Robbery
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
20 – Assault
48 – Burglary
62 – Larceny / Theft
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Dothan Alabama February 2017 Crime Statistics by #
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_1 – Arson
_1 – Sexual Assault
_2 – Homicide
_2 – Robbery
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
29 – Assault
33 – Burglary
44 – Larceny / Theft
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3692
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Dothan Alabama January 2017 Crime Statistics Compared MONTHLY
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_2 – Arson
20 – Assault
48 – Burglary
62 – Larceny / Theft
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_5 – Robbery
_2 – Sexual Assault
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Dothan Alabama February 2017 Crime Statistics
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_1 – Arson (1 less than 1/2017)
29 – Assault (9 more than 1/2017)
33 – Burglary (15 less than 1/2017)
_2 – Homicide (2 more than 1/2017)
44 – Larceny / Theft (18 less than 1/2017)
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft (same as 1/2017)
_2 – Robbery (3 less than 1/2017)
_1 – Sexual Assault (1 less than 1/2017)
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Dothan Alabama January 2017 Crime Statistics Compared YEARLY
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_2 – Arson
20 – Assault
48 – Burglary
62 – Larceny / Theft
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_5 – Robbery
_2 – Sexual Assault
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Dothan Alabama February 2017 Crime Statistics Compared YEARLY
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_1 – Arson (same as 2/2016)
29 – Assault (17 more than 2/2016)
33 – Burglary (17 less than 2/2016)
_2 – Homicide (2 more than 2/2016)
44 – Larceny / Theft (102 less than 2/2016)
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft (2 less than 2/2016)
_2 – Robbery (6 less than 2/2016)
_1 – Sexual Assault (same as 2/2016)
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3667

http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3692

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 reportsThe 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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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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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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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
………………………………………………..
_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
………………………………………………..
5 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
——————————————————————
8 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
6 – Robbery First Degree

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

2 – Sodomy First Degree
_________________________________________________

_________________________________________________
MAY 2016
_________________________________________________
1 – ARSON
………………………………………………..
1 – Arson Second Degree
_________________________________________________
19 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
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
_________________________________________________
61 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_3 – Burglary First Degree

_2 – Burglary Second Degree

56 – Burglary Third Degree
_________________________________________________
1 – HOMICIDE
………………………………………………..
1 – Murder
_________________________________________________
152 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_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
_________________________________________________
8 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
8 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500]
_________________________________________________
11 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
9 – Robbery First Degree

2 – Robbery Third Degree
_________________________________________________
5 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
5 – Rape First Degree
_________________________________________________

_________________________________________________
JUNE 2016
_________________________________________________
1 – ARSON
………………………………………………..
1 – Arson Second Degree
_________________________________________________
26 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
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
_________________________________________________
45 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_1 – Burglary First Degree

_3 – Burglary Second Degree

41 – Burglary Third Degree
_________________________________________________
159 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_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
_________________________________________________
15 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
15 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500)
_________________________________________________
9 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
6 – Robbery First Degree

1 – Robbery Second Degree

2 – Robbery Third Degree
_________________________________________________
1 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Rape First Degree
_________________________________________________

_________________________________________________
JULY 2016
_________________________________________________
4 – ARSON
………………………………………………..
1 – Arson First Degree

2 – Arson Second Degree

1 – Criminal Mischief First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
_________________________________________________
26 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
5 – Assault First Degree

7 – Assault Second Degree

1 – Chemical Endangerment

4 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

2 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

1 – DV 2ND CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

4 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Terrorist Threat

1 – Throwing / Shooting Into Occupied Vehicle
_________________________________________________
67 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_2 – Burglary First Degree

_1 – Burglary Second Degree

64 – Burglary Third Degree
_________________________________________________
1 – HOMICIDE
………………………………………………..
1 – Murder
_________________________________________________
147 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_5 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500]

_9 – Theft of Property Second Degree [Greater Than $1500 to $2,500]

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

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

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

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

20 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
_________________________________________________
20 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
20 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500]
_________________________________________________
4 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
1 – Robbery First Degree

3 – Robbery Third Degree
_________________________________________________
1 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Rape First Degree
_________________________________________________

_________________________________________________
AUGUST 2016
_________________________________________________
16 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Aggravated Child Abuse

3 – Assault First Degree

1 – Assault Second Degree

2 – Chemical Endangerment

1 – Discharge Firearm Into an occupied Dwelling or Vehicle

1 – Discharge Firearm Into unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

2 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

1 – Domestic Violence First Degree
!%%!

1 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

2 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

1 – Torture / Willful Abuse of Child
_________________________________________________
78 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_2 – Burglary First Degree

_8 – Burglary Second Degree

67 – Burglary Third Degree

_1 – Possession of Burglary Tools
_________________________________________________
168 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_2 – Failure to Pay for Gasoline

_6 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)

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

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

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

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

53 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
_________________________________________________
13 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
13 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
_________________________________________________
9 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
5 – Robbery First Degree

1 – Robbery Second Degree

3 – Robbery Third Degree
_________________________________________________
2 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
2 – Rape First Degree
_________________________________________________

_________________________________________________
OCTOBER 2016
_________________________________________________
1 – ARSON
………………………………………………..
1 – Arson Second Degree
_________________________________________________
20 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Aggravated Child Abuse

5 – Assault First Degree

2 – Assault Second Degree

5 – Discharging Firearm Into Occupied or Unoccupied Building / Automobile

1 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

2 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Terrorist Threat

2 – Throwing / Shooting Into Occupied Vehicle

1 – Torture / Willful Abuse of Child
_________________________________________________
60 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_1 – Burglary First Degree

_6 – Burglary Second Degree

53 – Burglary Third Degree
_________________________________________________
217 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_11 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)

_13 – Theft of Property Second Degree [Greater Than $1500 to $2,500]

_26 – Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 to $1499)

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

__2 – Theft of Lost Property Third Degree $500-$1499

__3 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

_58 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
_________________________________________________
13 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
13 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
_________________________________________________
8 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
4 – Robbery First Degree

2 – Robbery Second Degree

2 – Robbery Third Degree
_________________________________________________
1 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Sodomy First Degree
_________________________________________________

_________________________________________________
NOVEMBER 2016
_________________________________________________
1 – ARSON
………………………………………………..
1 – Arson Third Degree
_________________________________________________
17 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Aggravated Child Abuse

4 – Assault First Degree

2 – Assault Second Degree

1 – Chemical Endangerment

3 – Discharging Firearm Into Occupied or Unoccupied Building / Automobile

2 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Domestic Violence First Degree

2 – Intimidating a Witness

1 – Stalking
_________________________________________________
67 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_7 – Burglary Second Degree

59 – Burglary Third Degree

_1 – Possession of Burglary Tools
_________________________________________________
185 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_5 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500)

14 – Theft of Property Second Degree [Greater Than $1500 to $2,500)

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

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

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

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

54 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
_________________________________________________
6 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
6 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
_________________________________________________
5 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
3 – Robbery First Degree

1 – Robbery Second Degree

1 – Unauthorized Use of Vehicle by Force
_________________________________________________
4 – SEXUAL ASSAULT (3)
………………………………………………..
2 – Rape First Degree

1 – Rape Second Degree
_________________________________________________

_________________________________________________
DECEMBER 2016
_________________________________________________
20 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Aggravated Child Abuse

5 – Assault First Degree

4 – Chemical Endangerment

4 – Discharging Firearm into Occupied or Unoccupied Building / Automobile

2 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

4 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation
_________________________________________________
47 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_5 – Burglary Second Degree

42 – Burglary Third Degree
_________________________________________________
59 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_5 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500]

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

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

18 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
_________________________________________________
9 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
9 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
_________________________________________________
4 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
2 – Robbery First Degree

2 – Robbery Second Degree
_________________________________________________
3 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
2 – Rape First Degree

1 – Sodomy First Degree
_________________________________________________

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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Chuck Schumer, Senator, Democrat (July 21, 2010) formally introduced the DISCLOSE Act in the Senate. The legislation had no Republican co-sponsors

Chuck Schumer
Senator
Senate
Democrat
DISCLOSE Act
119.
July 21, 2010
formally introduced the DISCLOSE Act in the Senate. The legislation had no Republican co-sponsors
119.
July 27, 2010
the act failed to pass
100.
_______________________________________
Charles Schumer says Supreme Court Justices back campaign
PolitiFact
Aug 4, 2010
Sen. Charles Schumer on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 in a press conference
the filibuster against the would fail,
DISCLOSE Act
Federal Election Commission,” January 21, 2010
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http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2010/aug/04/charles-schumer/chuck-schumer-says-supreme-court-justices-back-cam/
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S.3628 – 111th Congress (2009-2010): Democracy is
Charles E. Schumer [D-NY] (Introduced 07/21/2010)
Introduced in Senate (07/21/2010)
Democracy is Strengthened by Casting Light on Spending in Elections Act or the – Amends the
DISCLOSE Act
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https://www.congress.gov/bill/111th-congress/senate-bill/3628
_______________________________________
The IRS Harassment Scandal: A Timeline of “Reform” – Center for
Jun 17, 2013
] should not be underestimated.”
10
DISCLOSE Act
: Senator Chuck Schumer formally
July 21, 2010
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http://www.campaignfreedom.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/2013-09-16_Timeline_IRS-Scandal_Documenting-Efforts-By-The-Regulatory-Community-To-Police-Political-Speech-Full-Version-1.pdf
_______________________________________
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DISCLOSE Act Assault on First Amendment Continues
Hans von Spakovsky / @HvonSpakovsky / 23, / 47 comments
July 2010
introduced an amendment
Sponsor: Sen Charles E. Schumer [NY] (Schumer introduced 7/21/2010) Cosponsors (None)
——————————————————————
http://dailysignal.com/2010/07/23/disclose-act-assault-on-first-amendment-continues/
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DISCLOSE Act explained – Everything Explained At
Hollen (D-Maryland) on April 29, 2010 and in the U.S. Senate by Charles Schumer (D-New York) on July 21 2010
——————————————————————
http://everything.explained.today/DISCLOSE_Act/
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Linchpins of Liberty v. United States
Case 1:13-cv-00777
October 18, 2013
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http://media.aclj.org/pdf/second-amended-complaint-filed-redacted.pdf
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I.R.S. ʟ I a R S
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http://wp.me/p5tuFO-v1
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UNDEMOCRATIC
How Unelected, Unaccountable Bureaucrats are Stealing Your Liberty and Freedom
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Why is the Internal Revenue Service Corrupt❓
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http://wp.me/p5tuFO-sT
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BACKASSARD ALABAMA BLOG ARTICLES
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I.R.S. ʟ I a R S

UNDEMOCRATIC Jay Sekulow @JaySekulow
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9/28/1999
Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration
@USTreasury
………………………………………………..
The Internal Revenue Service’s Individual Taxpayer Identification Number Program Was Not Implemented in Accordance with Internal Revenue Code Regulations
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http://www.wral.com/asset/news/local/wral_investigates/2012/10/24/11697445/293327-TIGTA_1999.pdf
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http://wp.me/p5tuFO-ve
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CNBC (@CNBC #CNBC) Business News Editor Rick Santelli (@RickSantelli) Tea Party Rant of the Year
78.
February 19, 2009
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-vs
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Tea Party
First nationwide protest
79.
February 27, 2009
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-vz
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President Obama
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA”)
80.
90.
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-vF
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55.
Mississippi Tea Party, Inc.
Mississippi
81.
May 1, 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be eighteen (18) [1 year 6] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-vO
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43.
Rochester Tea Party Patriots
Minnesota
82.
August 11, 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
It would be twenty-eight (28) [2 years 4] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-vX
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Tea Party
83.
August 2009
Tea Party Health Care Protest
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-w8
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Nancy Pelosi, Paranoid Democrat Political Hack Speaker of the House of Representatives, thinks Nazis go to town-hall meetings about Health Care
84.
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wj
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41.
Chattanooga Tea Party
@ChatTeaParty
Tennessee
85.
November 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be eight (8) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wl
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26.
Albuquerque Tea Party, Inc.
@AbqTeaParty
New Mexico
86.
December 28, 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be four and one-half (4 1/2) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wu
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34.
Richmond Tea Party, Inc.
@LibertyProject
@RichTeaParty
Virginia
86.
December 28, 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
It would be nine (9) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wC
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40.
Kentucky 9/12 Project, Inc.
(#KY912) Kentucky
87.
December 31, 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be thirteen (13) [1 year 1] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wH
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42.
American Patriots Against Government Excess
Ohio
88.
December 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
It would be twenty-four (24) months [2 years] before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wM
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Scott Brown
Republican
89.
January 19, 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-xr
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Justice Kennedy
Supreme Court of the United States
@SCOTUS
Citizens United v. FEC
558 U.S. 310 (2010)
90.
January 21, 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-xt
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President Obama
90.
80.
January 27, 2010
91.
August 9, 2010
125.
September 16, 2010
128.
September 22, 2010
131.
September 28, 2010
135.
October 14, 2010
139.
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-xx
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President Obama
State of the Union
January 27, 2010
91.
80.
90.
August 9, 2010
125.
September 16, 2010
128.
September 22, 2010
131.
September 28, 2010
135.
October 14, 2010
139.
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http://wp.me/p5tuFO-xH
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57.
IRS
92.
February 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-xL
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________________________________________________
2/3/2010

Lois G. Lerner
26 U.S.C. 6103
confidential taxpayer information
William Powers
Attorney
Federal Election Commission
February 3, 2010 11:25 AM
[IRSR 123142]
pg. 34
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https://oversight.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Lerner-Report1.pdf
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68.
Holly Paz
National Office of the IRS
Washington, D.C.
93.
March 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-yb
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16.
Patriots Educating Concerned Americans Now (PECAN)
District of Columbia
96.
March 5, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
It would be twenty-three (23) [1 year 11] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-yi
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44.
Roane County Tea Party
@RoaneCountyTP
Tennessee
97.
March 16, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be twenty-one (21) [1 year 9] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-yt
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18.
AMEN (Abortion Must End Now)
Arizona
98.
March 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
It would be six (6) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-yA
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54.
Tri-Cities Tea Party
@TriCitiesTParty
Washington
98.
March 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be fifteen (15) [1 year 3] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-yD
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70.
Steven Grodnitzky
Acting Manager
EO Technical Unit
99.
102.
April 2010
105.
April 2010 – July 2010
113.
July 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-yG
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Chuck Schumer
Democrat Senator
New York
DISCLOSE Act
100.
July 21, 2010
119.
July 27, 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-yN
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IRS Determination Unit
Determination Unit Manager
Determinations Specialists
Cincinnati Ohio
101.
April 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-yR
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70.
Steven Grodnitzky
Acting Manager
EO Technical Unit
102.
April 2010
99.
105.
April 2010 – July 2010
113.
July 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-zc
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Technical Unit
103.
April 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-zf
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Robert Choi
Director
Rulings and Agreements Office
104.
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-zi
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63.
Lois G. Lerner
Lois Lerner
Director
EO Division
104.
6/29/2011
169.
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-zw
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46.
Shenandoah Valley Tea Party Patriots
Virginia
107.
April 20, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be twenty-one (21) [1 year 9] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-zW
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26.
Albuquerque Tea Party, Inc.
New Mexico
106.
April 21, 2010
86.
December 28, 2009
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wu
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Chris Van Hollen
Representative
House of Representatives
DISCLOSE Act
108.
April 29, 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-A9
======================================
70.
Steven Grodnitzky
Acting Manager
EO Technical Unit
105.
April 2010 – July 2010
99.
102.
113.
July 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Ae
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21.
Unite in Action, Inc.
@Unite_In_Action
Florida
109.
May 13, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be twenty (20) [1 year 8] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Aj
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35.
Hawaii Tea Party
@TeaPartyHawaii
dba
Tea Party Maui
@HTPMaui
Hawaii
110.
May 26, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be four (4) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Av
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37.
Manassas Tea Party
@ManassasTea
Virginia
111.
June 8, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be seventeen (17) [1 year 5] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-AE
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DISCLOSE Act
House of Representatives
112.
June 24, 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-AK
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71.
Carter Hull
113.
July 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-AP
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70.
Steven Grodzinsky
Manager
113.
July 2010
99.
102.
April 2010 – July 2010
105.
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-B0
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41.
Chattanooga Tea Party
@ChaTeaParty
Tennessee
114.
July 6, 2010
85.
November 2009
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wl
======================================
39.
Waco Tea Party
@WacoTeaParty
Texas
115.
July 7, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be nineteen (19) [1 year 7] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Bj
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53.
The Common Sense Campaign Corp.
Alabama
116.
July 9, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
It would be nineteen (19) [1 year 7] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Bs
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22.
Allen Area Patriots
@AllenPatriots
@AllenTxPatriots
Texas
118.
July 20, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be eighteen (18) [1 year 6] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-BD
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Chuck Schumer
Senator
Senate
Democrat
DISCLOSE Act
July 21, 2010
119.
July 27, 2010

100.
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Cu
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23.
Laurens Co Tea Party
South Carolina
120.
July 22, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be twenty-five (25) [2 years 1] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Cy
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25.
Myrtle Beach Tea Party, Inc.
South Carolina
117.
July 26, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be eighteen (18) [1 year 6] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-CE
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Chuck Schumer
Senator
Senate
Democrat
DISCLOSE Act
July 27, 2010
119.
July 21, 2010

100.
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Cu

http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dj
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31.
San Antonio Tea Party, Inc.
@SATeaParty
Texas
121.
July 29, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be nineteen (19) [1 year 7] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DJ
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dj
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dw
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-E2
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wl
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-EL
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True the Vote
122.
July 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DJ
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dj
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dw
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-E2
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wl
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-EL
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57.
IRS employees
BOLO (Be On the Look Out)
124.
July 2010

IRS employees distributed a listing known as the BOLO (Be On The Lookout) list. Criteria for the BOLO list included Tea Party and other organizations with conservative sounding names that had applied for tax-exempt status under 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4). The BOLO list contained no terms that would identify progressive or liberal groups. In other words the BOLO criteria were directed solely at those organizations whose philosophical viewpoint was conservative and at odds with the current administration
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http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DZ
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President Obama
August 9, 2010
125.
80.
90.
January 27, 2010
91.
September 16, 2010
128.
September 22, 2010
131.
September 28, 2010
135.
October 14, 2010
139.
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DJ
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dj
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dw
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DZ
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-E2
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wl
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-EL
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43.
Rochester Tea Party Patriots
Minnesota
126.
August 10, 2010
82.
August 11, 2009
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DJ
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dj
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dw
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DZ
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-E2
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wl
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-EL
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47.
First Coast Tea Party Inc.
Florida
123.
August 31, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be eighteen (18) [1 year 6] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Eu
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41.
Chattanooga Tea Party
@ChaTeaParty
Tennessee
127.
August 2010
85.
November 2009
114.
July 6, 2010
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DJ
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dj
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dw
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DZ
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-E2
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wl
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-EL
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President Obama
September 16 2010
128.
80.
90.
January 27, 2010
91.
August 9, 2010
125.
September 22, 2010
131.
September 28, 2010
135.
October 14, 2010
139.
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DJ
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dj
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dw
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DZ
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-E2
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wl
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-EL
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34.
Richmond Tea Party, Inc.
@LibertyProject
@RichTeaParty
Virginia
129.
September 17, 2010
86.
December 28, 2009
………………………………………………..
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DJ
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dj
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-Dw
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-DZ
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-E2
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-wl
http://wp.me/p5tuFO-EL
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Huffington Post
Sam Stein
Obama, Dems Try to Make Shadowy Conservative Groups a Problem for Conservatives
130.
September 21, 2010
………………………………………………..

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President Obama
September 22, 2010
131.
80.
90.
January 27, 2010
91.
August 9, 2010
125.
September 16, 2010
128.
September 28, 2010
135.
October 14, 2010
139.
………………………………………………..

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35.
Hawaii Tea Party
@TeaPartyHawaii
dba
Tea Party Maui
@HTPMaui
Hawaii
132.
September 27, 2010
110.
May 26, 2010
………………………………………………..

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37.
Manassas Tea Party
@ManassasTea
Virginia
132.
September 27, 2010
111.
June 8, 2010
………………………………………………..

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55.
Mississippi Tea Party, Inc.
Mississippi
133.
September 28, 2010
81.
May 1, 2009
………………………………………………..

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Max Baucus
Senator
Democrat
134.
September 28, 2010
………………………………………………..

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President Obama
September 28, 2010
135.
80.
90.
January 27, 2010
91.
August 9, 2010
125.
September 16, 2010
128.
September 22, 2010
131.
October 14, 2010
139.
………………………………………………..

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32.
Wetumpka Tea Party, Inc.
@WetumpkaTea
Alabama
136.
October 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be sixteen (16) [1 year 4] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
33.
OKC PIA Association
Oklahoma
136.
October 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be sixteen (16) [1 year 4] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
Crossroads GPS
Dick Durbin
Senator
Illinois
137.
October 11, 2010
======================================
35.
Hawaii Tea Party
@TeaPartyHawaii
dba
Tea Party Maui
@HTPMaui
Hawaii
138.
October 14, 2010
responded to the IRS’s request for information
after which the IRS did nothing on its application for an additional fifteen (15) months
110.
May 26, 2010
132.
September 27, 2010
======================================
President Obama
October 14, 2010
139.
80.
90.
January 27, 2010
91.
August 9, 2010
125.
September 16, 2010
128.
September 22, 2010
131.
September 28, 2010
135.
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24.
North East Tarrant Tea Party Inc.
@NETarrantTea
Texas
140.
October 15, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be fifteen (15) [1 year 3] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
63.
Lois G. Lerner
Lois Lerner
141.
October 19, 2010
169.
6/29/2011
======================================
18.
AMEN (Abortion Must End Now)
Arizona
142.
October 20, 2010
98.
March 2010
======================================
51.
San Fernando Valley Patriots Inc.
California
143.
October 23, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be sixteen (16) [1 year 4] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
55.
Mississippi Tea Party Inc.
Mississippi
144.
November 15, 2010
81.
May 1, 2009
133.
September 28, 2010
======================================
145.
November 2010
======================================
18.
AMEN (Abortion Must End Now)
Arizona
146.
November 2010
December 2010
98.
March 2010
142.
October 20, 2010
======================================
18.
AMEN (Abortion Must End Now)
Arizona
142.
December 8, 2010
98.
March 2010
146.
November 2010
December 2010
======================================
29.
Colorado 9-12 Project
Colorado
148.
December 31, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be thirteen (13) [1 year 1] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
157.
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36.
Shelby County Liberty
Ohio
147.
2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be nineteen (19) [1 year 7] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
71.
Carter Hull
149.
Winter 2010-2011
======================================
69.
Michael Seto
150.
Winter 2010-2011
169.
6/29/2011
======================================
65.
Judith E. Kindell
Judith Kindell
151.
======================================
15.
Linchpins of Liberty
@LibertyLinchpin
Tennessee
152.
January 3, 2011
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
======================================
________________________________________________
1/6/2011

——————————————————————
http://judiciary.house.gov/_cache/files/87254e0a-a2a7-40a3-9441-b09b397ca162/sekulow-attachment-c—foia-response.pdf
________________________________________________
20.
Greater Phoenix Tea Party
Arizona
153.
January 10, 2011
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be thirteen (13) [1 year 1] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
45.
Protecting American Values Inc.
California
154.
January 18, 2011
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
After telling in February 2011 that it would take approximately ninety (90) days to review the application
It would be twelve (12) [1 year] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
17.
Liberty Township Tea Party Inc.
Ohio
155.
January 2011
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
It would be fifteen (15) [1 year 3] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
________________________________________________
2/1/2011

Lois G. Lerner
1. Tea Party Matter very dangerous
Tuesday February 1, 2011
………………………………………………..

________________________________________________
27.
Arlington Tea Party Inc.
@ArlTeaParty
@ArlingtonTParty
Texas
156.
March 2011
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be eleven (11) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
18.
AMEN (Abortion Must End Now)
Arizona
146.
March 25, 2011
98.
March 2010
142.
======================================
29.
Colorado 9-12 Project
Colorado
157.
April 4, 2011
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be ten (10) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
148.
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19.
Greenwich Tea Party Patriots of South Jersey LLC
@GreenwichTP
New Jersey
158.
April 13, 2011
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be ten (10) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
White House
@WhiteHouse
159.
April 20, 2011
======================================
Mitch McConnell
Majority Leader
Senate
Republican
Kentucky
159.
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30.
Oregon Capitol Watch Foundation
Oregon
160.
May 28, 2011
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
It would be twenty (20) [1 year 8] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
Steven T. Miller
Steven Miller
Douglas H. Shulman
Douglas Shulman
May 2011
161.
62.
61.
======================================
American Bar Association Tax Section
162.
May 2011
======================================
The New York Times
163.
May 12, 2011
======================================
The Wall Street Journal
Freedom Watch
163.
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Senate Finance Committee
164.
May 19, 2011
======================================
Douglas H. Shulman
Douglas Shulman
165.
61.
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Dave Camp
Chairman
House Ways and Means Committee
Republican
166.
June 15, 2011
======================================
69.
Michael Seto
169.
6/29/2011
150.
Winter 2010-2011
======================================
63.
Lois G. Lerner
Lois Lerner
Director
EO Division
169.
6/29/2011
104.
======================================
57.
IRS employees
BOLO (Be On the Look Out)
170.
July 2011
124.
July 2010
======================================
48.
Mid-South Tea Party
@MidSouthTeaPrty
Tennessee
171.
July 23, 2011
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be eleven (11) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
Campaign Legal Center
172.
July 27, 2011
======================================
Democracy 21
172.
July 27, 2011
======================================
68.
Holly Paz
Office of Rulings and Agreements
National Office of the IRS
Washington, D.C.
173.
August 4, 2011
93.
March 2010
======================================
William Wilkins
173.
August 4, 2011
======================================
August 2011
GAO
@USGAO
Government Accountability Office
@USGAOLegal
——————————————————————
http://www.gao.gov/assets/590/586423.html
======================================
William Wilkins
174.
175.
August 4, 2011
173.
======================================
28
Acadiana Patriots
@AcadianaPatriot
Louisiana
176.
October 10, 2011
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be nineteen (19) [1 year 7] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
Tom Udall
Senator
Democrat
New Mexico
177.
November 1, 2011
======================================
Jim McGovern
Representative
Democrat
Massachusetts
“Peoples’ Rights” Amendment
178.
November 15, 2011
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50.
East Jersey Tea Party
@EastJerseyTP
New Jersey
179.
November 2011
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be eleven (11) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
26.
Albuquerque Tea Party Inc.
New Mexico
180.
November 2011
received a second request for information from the IRS comprised of seventeen (17) questions with seventeen (17) subparts
86.
December 28, 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
It would be four and one-half (4 1/2) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
Campaign Legal Center
181.
December 14, 2011
172.
July 27, 2011
======================================
Democracy 21
181.
December 14, 2011
172.
July 27, 2011
======================================
42.
American Patriots Against Government Excess
Ohio
182.
December 21, 2011
received a request for information from the IRS
That request was burdensome, intrusive, and sought irrelevant information to which the IRS was not entitled
88.
December 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
It would be twenty-four (24) months [2 years] before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
The Honolulu Tea Party
Hawaii
183.
December 31, 2011
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be seven (7) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
26.
Albuquerque Tea Party Inc.
New Mexico
184.
January 3, 2012
responded to the IRS’s requests for information
86.
December 28, 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
It would be four and one-half (4 1/2) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
41.
Chattanooga Tea Party
@ChaTeaParty
Tennessee
185.
January 4, 2012
the IRS sent a second request for information, including requests for information that duplicated the first request which had already been responded to
85.
November 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be eight (8) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
34.
Richmond Tea Party Inc.
@LibertyProject
@RichTeaParty
Virginia
186.
January 9, 2012
After having heard nothing from the IRS for over a year, received from the IRS a second request for information comprised of twelve (12) questions with fifty-three (53) subparts
86.
December 28, 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
It would be nine (9) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
55.
Mississippi Tea Party Inc.
Mississippi
187.
January 10, 2012
the IRS sent a second request for information
81.
May 1, 2009
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be eighteen (18) [1 year 6] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
44.
Roane County Tea Party
@RoaneCountyTP
Tennessee
188.
January 18, 2012
the IRS sent a request for information
That request was burdensome, intrusive, and sought irrelevant information to which the IRS was not entitled
97.
March 16, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be twenty-one (21) [1 year 9] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
54.
Tri-Cities Tea Party
@TriCitiesTParty
Washington
189.
January 20, 2012
the IRS sent a request for information comprised of twenty-seven (27) questions with twenty-eight (28) subparts
That request was burdensome, intrusive, and sought irrelevant information to which the IRS was not entitled
98.
March 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be fifteen (15) [1 year 3] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
35.
Hawaii Tea Party
@TeaPartyHawaii
dba
Tea Party Maui
@HTPMaui
Hawaii
190.
January 26, 2012
received a second request for information from the IRS comprised of twenty-nine (29) questions with fifty-five (55) subparts
110.
May 26, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be four (4) months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
21.
Unite in Action Inc.
@Unite_In_Action
Florida
191.
January 27, 2012
received a request for information from the IRS
That request was burdensome, intrusive, and sought irrelevant information to which the IRS was not entitled
109.
May 13, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be twenty (20) [1 year 8] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
________________________________________________
2/9/2012

——————————————————————
http://judiciary.house.gov/_cache/files/9fea9461-a9c6-46fb-9c64-3a5aebeea8d1/sekulow-attachment-b—redacted-letters.pdf
________________________________________________
3/2/2012

congressional investigations and the IRS’s treatment of tax-exempt applicants
Lois G. Lerner
“we’re going to get creamed”
March 2, 2012
Friday, March 02, 2012 9:20 AM
………………………………………………..

——————————————————————
https://www.congress.gov/113/crpt/hrpt415/CRPT-113hrpt415.pdf
________________________________________________
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March 2, 2012
National Review Online
@NRO
David French
@DavidAFrench
………………………………………………..
A Broad-Based IRS Assault on the Tea Party ?
——————————————————————
http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/292475/broad-based-irs-assault-tea-party-david-french
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March 7, 2012
The New York Times
@NYTimes
Editors
………………………………………………..
The I.R.S. Does Its Job
——————————————————————
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/08/opinion/the-irs-does-its-job.html?src=tp&_r=2&
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March 22, 2012
Fox News
@FoxNews
#FoxNews
………………………………………………..
IRS Chief: Agency Not Targeting Tea Party Groups
——————————————————————
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/03/22/irs-chief-agency-not-targeting-tea-party-groups
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21.
Unite in Action Inc.
@Unite_In_Action
Florida
191.
August 1, 2012
191.
January 27, 2012
received a request for information from the IRS
That request was burdensome, intrusive, and sought irrelevant information to which the IRS was not entitled
109.
May 13, 2010
applied to the IRS for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status
It would be twenty (20) [1 year 8] months before the IRS took any meaningful action with regard to this application
======================================
11/8 – 9/2012
November 8 2012
November 9 2012
Lois Lerner
Maybe we are through if there are that many
crazies
teRrorists
So we don’t need to worry about alien teRrorists
It’s our own crazies that will take us down
………………………………………………..
http://waysandmeans.house.gov/uploadedfiles/lerner_email_a.pdf
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2012
Taxpayer Advocate Service 2012 Annual Report to Congress
Peggy Bogadi
………………………………………………..
The IRS’s Compliance Strategy for the Expanded Adoption Tax Credit Has Significantly and Unnecessarily Harmed Vulnerable Taxpayers, Has Increased Costs for the IRS, and Does Not Bode Well for Future Credit Administration
——————————————————————
http://www.taxpayeradvocate.irs.gov/userfiles/file/Full-Report/Most-Serious-Problems-Adoption-Credit-Delays.pdf
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April 22, 2013
Hill
@theHill
Julian Hattem
@JMHattem
………………………………………………..
IRS Overpaid Up to $13.6B in Low-Income Tax Credits, Report Find
——————————————————————
http://thehill.com/regulation/administration/295353-irs-overpaid-up-to-136b-in-low-income-tax-credits-report-finds
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5/8 – 9/2013
May 8, 2013
May 9, 2013
Judicial Watch
@JudicialWatch
——————————————————————
http://www.judicialwatch.org/document-archive/jw1559-00105/
======================================
May 10, 2013
Lois Lerner
1.
======================================
Head of Exempt Organizations
Internal Revenue Service
apologized
======================================
May 11, 2013
Election Law Blog
#ELB
Rick Hasen
@RickHasen
………………………………………………..
Transcript of Lois Lerner’s Remarks at Tax Meeting Sparking IRS Controversy
——————————————————————
http://electionlawblog.org/?p=50160
======================================
May 13, 2013
ProPublica
@ProPublica
Kim Barker
@Kim_Barker
and
Justin Elliott
@JustinElliott
………………………………………………..
IRS Office That Targeted Tea Party Also Disclosed Confidential Docs from Conservative Groups
——————————————————————
http://www.propublica.org/article/irs-office-that-targeted-tea-party-also-disclosed-confidential-docs
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May 14, 2013
The Daily Beast
………………………………………………..
“IRS Scandal’s Central Figure, Lois Lerner, Described as ‘Apolitical.’
………………………………………………..
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/05/14/irs-scandal-s-central-figure-lois-lerner-described-as-apolitical.html
======================================
May 14, 2013
CBS News
@CBSNews
Lacy Madison
………………………………………………..
@TheJusticeDept
#DOJ
………………………………………………..
Justice Dept. to Investigate IRS Targeting
——————————————————————
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/justice-dept-to-investigate-irs-targeting
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May 14, 2013
Center for Public Integrity
@Publici
Michael Beckel
@MJBeckel
………………………………………………..
IRS Employees Back Obama, Democrats
——————————————————————
http://www.publicintegrity.org/2013/05/14/12661/irs-employees-back-obama-democrats
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May 15, 2013
ABC News
@ABCNewsDC
Matthew Mosk
@MattMosk
………………………………………………..
@GOP
#GOP
………………………………………………..
IRS Suspicion Widens: GOP Donors Question Audits
——————————————————————
http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/irs-suspicion-widens-gop-donors-question-audits/story?id=19184358
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May 15, 2013
National Review Online
@NRO
Andrew Stiles
@AndrewStilesUSA
………………………………………………..
Barack Obama
@POTUS
#POTUS
@BarackObama
#BarackObama
#Obama
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IRS Employees Disproportionately Donate to Obama
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http://www.nationalreview.com/article/348417/irs-employees-disproportionately-donate-obama
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May 20, 2013
The Washington Post
Glenn Kessler
@GlennKesslerWP
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A bushel of Pinocchios for IRS’s Lois Lerner
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-checker/post/a-bushel-of-pinocchios-for-irss-lois-lerner/2013/05/19/771687d2-bfdd-11e2-9b09-1638acc3942e_blog.html
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4:45 PM, May 20, 2013
The Weekly Standard
@WeeklyStandard
Mark Hemingway
@Heminator
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Federal Election Commission
@FECupdates
Targeted Christian Coalition
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IRS’s Lerner Had History of Harassment Inappropriate Religious Inquiries at FEC
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http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/irss-lerner-had-history-harassment-inappropriate-religious-inquiries-fec_725004.html
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http://www.campaignlegalcenter.org/attachments/LEGISLATION/941.pdf
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May 20, 2013
National Review Online
@NRO
Andrew Stiles
@AndrewStilesUSA
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A Partisan Union at the IRS
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http://www.nationalreview.com/article/348811/partisan-union-irs
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May 22, 2013
Associated Press
@AP
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Republicans Slam IRS Scrutiny of Pro-Life Groups
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http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/05/22/republicans-slam-irs-scrutiny-pro-life-groups/
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May 22, 2013
National Review Online
@NRO
David French
@DavidAFrench
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IRS Morality: Defend Planned Parenthood, Deluge Adoptive Families with Audits
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http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/349077/irs-morality-defend-planned-parenthood-deluge-adoptive-families-audits-david-french
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May 28, 2013

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June 1, 2013
Washington Post
@WashingtonPost
Ed O’Keefe
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IRS Faces New Scrutiny for Excessive Spending on Conferences
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/irs-faces-new-scrutiny-for-excessive-spending-on-conferences/2013/06/01/e1469324-cab2-11e2-9245-773c0123c027_story.html
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June 1, 2013
Washington Post
@WashingtonPost
Ed O’Keefe
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IRS Training Videos Spoof ‘Star Trek,’ ‘Gilligan’s Island’ and ‘Cupid Shuffle’
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-politics/wp/2013/06/01/irs-training-videos-spoof-star-trek-gilligans-island-and-cupid-shuffle/
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June 4, 2013
CNS News
@CNSnews
CNSNews.com
Penny Starr
@PennyStarrDC
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IRS Urged Pro-Life Group Seeking Tax-Exempt Status Not to Protest at Planned Parenthood Clinics
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http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/irs-urged-pro-life-group-seeking-tax-exempt-status-not-protest-planned-parenthood
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June 17, 2013
@WatchdogOrg
Watchdog.org
Rob Nikolewski
@RobNikolewski
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Government
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Gov’t Workers Voted for Obama with Their Dollars
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http://watchdog.org/90798/govt-lawyers-overwhelmingly-gave-to-obama-over-romney-in-2012
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June 20, 2013
American Enterprise Institute
@AEI
Stan Veuger
@StanVeuger
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Yes IRS Harassment Blunted the Tea Party Ground Game
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http://www.aei.org/article/economics/yes-irs-harassment-blunted-the-tea-party-ground-game
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June 25, 2013
Forbes
@Forbes
Paul Roderick Gregory
@PaulR_Gregory
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The Timeline of IRS Targeting of Conservative Groups
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http://www.forbes.com/sites/paulroderickgregory/2013/06/25/the-timeline-of-irs-targeting-of-conservative-groups/
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July 12, 2013
CNSNews.com
@CNSNews
Terence P. Jeffrey
@TerryJeffrey
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IG: IRS Made ‘Policy Decision’ to Legalize Illegal Aliens’; Ended Up Paying Illegals $4.2B in Refundable Credits in 1 Year
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http://cnsnews.com/news/article/ig-irs-made-policy-decision-legalize-illegal-aliens-ended-paying-illegals-42b
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July 29, 2013

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July 30, 2013
NPR
@NPR
NPR.org
Tamara Keith
@TamaraKeithNPR
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Report: IRS Scrutiny Worse for Conservatives
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http://www.npr.org/blogs/itsallpolitics/2013/07/30/207080580/report-irs-scrutiny-worse-for-conservatives
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September 18, 2013
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Analysis by U.S. House Committee on Ways and Means staff of 298 cases analyzed by TIGTA
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http://waysandmeans.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=350126

http://waysandmeans.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=384708

http://www.finance.senate.gov/newsroom/ranking/release/?id=479df47f-b3cd-4f58-9c64-118f92c254c8/ZStreet.pdf
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October 14, 2013
Washington Times
@WashTimes
Stephen Dinan
@StephenDinan
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Bungling Bureaucrats Dole Out Billions in Tax Credits to Illegal Immigrants
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http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/oct/14/tax-credits-to-illegals-likely-from-midlevel-repor/?page=all
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October 18, 2013
Linchpins of Liberty v. United States
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Case 1:13-cv-00777
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http://media.aclj.org/pdf/second-amended-complaint-filed-redacted.pdf
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December 18, 2013
Tax Foundation
@TaxFoundation
Kyle Pomerleau
@KPomerleau
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Summary of Latest Federal Income Tax Data
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http://taxfoundation.org/article/summary-latest-federal-income-tax-data
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January 9, 2014
Washington Post
@WashingtonPost
Josh Hicks
@Reporter_Hicks
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Obama Donor Leading Justice Department’s IRS Investigation
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/federal_government/obama-donor-leading-justice-departments-irs-investigation/2014/01/09/980c010a-11e3-8963-b4b654bcc9b2_story.html
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February 11, 2014
House of Representatives
Committee on Ways and Means
Congressman Dave Camp
@RepDaveCamp
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Camp Opening Statement:
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H.R. 3865, ‘Stop Targeting of Political Beliefs by the IRS Act of 2014’
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http://waysandmeans.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=369556
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April 16, 2014
@TownhallCom
Townhall.com
Katie Pavlich
@KatiePavlich
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Breaking: New Emails Show Lois Lerner Was in Contact with DOJ About Prosecuting Tax Exempt Groups
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http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2014/04/16/breaking-new-emails-show-lois-lerner-contacted-doj-about-prosecuting-tax-exempt-groups-n1825292
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May 7, 2014
Washington Times
@WashTimes
Stephen Dinan
@StephenDinan
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House Republicans Find 10% of Tea Party Donors Audited by IRS
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http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/may/7/house-republicans-find-10-of-tea-party-donors-audi/?page=all
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May 10, 2014
Conservative Daily

Joe Otto
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Tea Party Donors 1000% More Likely to be Audited
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http://www.conservative-daily.com/2014/05/10/tea-party-donors-1000-more-likely-to-be-audited/
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May 21, 2014
Z Street v. Shulman Civil Action No. 2012-0401
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US District Court for the District of Columbia
Memorandum Opinion
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/24/05/
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May 23, 2014
National Review Online
@NRO
Daniel Foster
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Firing Lois Lerner
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http://www.nationalreview.com/article/349115/firing-lois-lerner-daniel-foster
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May 28, 2014
Wall Street Journal
@WSJ
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IRS Judgment Day: The Untalkative Agency Comes Under Scrutiny from a Federal Judge
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http://online.wsj.com/articles/irs-judgment-day-1401318881
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June 9, 2014
National Review Online
@NRO
Eliana Johnson
@ElianaYJohnson
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@FBI
Federal Bureau of Investigation
F.B.I.
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Report: IRS Sent Database Containing Confidential Taxpayer Information to FBI
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http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/379897/report-irs-sent-database-containing-confidential-taxpayer-information-fbi-eliana
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June 13, 2014
Internal Revenue Service
@IRSNews
IRS News
IRSNews
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http://www.irs.gov/PUP/newsroom/IRS%20Letter%20to%20Senate%20Finance%20Committee.pdf
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June 13, 2014
House Committee on Ways and Means
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press release
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IRS Claims to Have Lost Over 2 Years of Lerner Emails
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http://waysandmeans.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=384506
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June 17, 2014
National Review Online
@NRO
Eliana Johnson
@ElianaYJohnson
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IRS Has Lost More E-mails . . .
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http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/380576/irs-has-lost-more-e-mails-eliana-johnson
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June 19, 2014
Daily Caller
@DailyCaller
Patrick Howley
@PatrickHowleyDC
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IRS ‘Lost’ Emails From Official That Met With Top Obama Assistant
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http://dailycaller.com/2014/06/19/irs-lost-emails-from-official-that-met-with-top-obama-assistant/
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June 24, 2014
Politico
@Politico
Mackenzie Weinger
@MWeinger
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IRS Pays $50k to Anti-Gay Marriage Group
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http://www.politico.com/story/2014/06/irs-nom-lawsuit-108266.html
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June 25, 2014
Politico
@Politico
Rachel Bade
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Grand Old Party
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Lois Lerner Sought Audit of Group Invite to GOP Senator
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http://www.politico.com/story/2014/06/lois-lerner-irs-chuck-grassley-108322.html
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June 27, 2014
Washington Examiner
@WashExaminer
@DCExaminer
Susan Ferrechio
@SusanFerrechio
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Charles Grassley
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Here’s the Backstory Behind Chuck Grassley and Lois Lerner
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http://washingtonexaminer.com/heres-the-backstory-behind-chuck-grassley-and-lois-lerner/article/2550252?utm_campaign=FoxNews&utm_source=foxnews.com&utm_medium=feed
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July 9, 2014
Daily Mail
@DailyMail
@MailOnline
Francesca Chambers
@FranChambers
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Lois Lerner Emails Show She Was Concerned About Congress Being Able to Subpoena IRS Employees’ Online Chats
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article=2686856/Lois-Lerner-emails-concerned-Congress-able-subpoena-IRS-employees-online-chats.html
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July 21, 2014
Washington Post
@WashingtonPost
Kimberly Winston
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IRS Agrees to Monitor Churches for Electioneering
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/religion/irs-agrees-to-monitor-churches-for-electioneering/2014/07/21/99815d32-1118-11e4-ac56-773e54a65906_story.html
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July 22, 2014
FoxNews
@FoxNews
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http://www.foxnews.com/politics/interactive/2014/07/22/federal-appeals-court-decision-on-obamacare-subsidiaries/
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7/22/2014
FoxNews
@FoxNews
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7/24/2014
Wall Street Journal
@WSJ
Kimberley Strassel
@KimStrassel
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The ObamaCare-IRS Nexus
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http://www.wsj.com/articles/kim-strassel-the-obamacare-irs-nexus-1406244677
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Dothan Alabama Crime Statistics (Houston County) – State of Alabama Law Enforcement Agency: Assault

Dothan Alabama Houston CountyDothan Alabama Crime Statistics (Houston County) – State of Alabama Law Enforcement Agency: Assault
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184 – 2012: Assault
215 – 2011: Assault
263 – 2010: Assault
331 – 2009: Assault
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269 – 1985: Assault
211 – 1984: Assault
254 – 1983: Assault
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265 – 1981: Assault
303 – 1980: Assault
264 – 1979: Assault
235 – 1978: Assault
215 – 1977: Assault
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Crime in Alabama
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Alabama Crime Statistics – State of Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
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http://dps.alabama.gov/Home/wfContent.aspx?PLH1=plhACJIC-CrimeStats