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


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

_3 – Assault Second Degree

_1 – Chemical Endangerment

_3 – Domestic Violence First Degree

_1 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

_1 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

_1 – Elder abuse and neglect

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

_3 – Burglary Second Degree

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1 – Robbery Second Degree

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

4 – Assault Second Degree

1 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

4 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

3 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

1 – Domestic Violence Second Degree – Intimidating a Witness

1 – Terrorist Threat

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

5 – Burglary Second Degree

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

5 – Chemical Endangerment

1 – Discharge Firearm Into an Occupied Dwelling or Vehicle

1 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

2 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

1 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

3 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Intimidating a Witness

2 – Terrorist Threat

1 – Throwing / Shooting Into Occupied Vehicle

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

_3 – Burglary Second Degree

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

3 – Assault Second Degree

1 – Chemical Endangerment

1 – Criminal Use of Defensive Spray

3 – Discharge Firearm into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

2 – Domestic Violence First Degree

3 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

2 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Intimidating a Witness

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

_2 – Burglary Second Degree

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

_1 – Theft by Fraudulent Leasing

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1 – Aggravated Stalking, Second Degree

2 – Assault First Degree

1 – Assault Second Degree

3 – Chemical Endangerment

1 – Criminal Use of Defensive Spray

3 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

5 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

3 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

1 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree – Punishment

3 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Terrorist Threat

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

_3 – Burglary Second Degree

41 – Burglary Third Degree
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159 – LARCENY / THEFT
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_5 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500)

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

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

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

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

_3 – Theft of Lost Property Third Degree $500-$1499

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

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

1 – Robbery Second Degree

2 – Robbery Third Degree
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1 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
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1 – Rape First Degree
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JULY 2016
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4 – ARSON
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1 – Arson First Degree

2 – Arson Second Degree

1 – Criminal Mischief First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
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26 – ASSAULT
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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
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67 – BURGLARY
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_2 – Burglary First Degree

_1 – Burglary Second Degree

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

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

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
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20 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
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20 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500]
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4 – ROBBERY
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1 – Robbery First Degree

3 – Robbery Third Degree
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1 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
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1 – Rape First Degree
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AUGUST 2016
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16 – ASSAULT
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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
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1 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

2 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

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

_8 – Burglary Second Degree

67 – Burglary Third Degree

_1 – Possession of Burglary Tools
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168 – LARCENY / THEFT
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_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
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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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9 – ROBBERY
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5 – Robbery First Degree

1 – Robbery Second Degree

3 – Robbery Third Degree
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2 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
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2 – Rape First Degree
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OCTOBER 2016
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1 – ARSON
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1 – Arson Second Degree
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20 – ASSAULT
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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
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60 – BURGLARY
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_1 – Burglary First Degree

_6 – Burglary Second Degree

53 – Burglary Third Degree
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217 – LARCENY / THEFT
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_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
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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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8 – ROBBERY
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4 – Robbery First Degree

2 – Robbery Second Degree

2 – Robbery Third Degree
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1 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
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1 – Sodomy First Degree
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NOVEMBER 2016
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1 – ARSON
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1 – Arson Third Degree
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17 – ASSAULT
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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
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67 – BURGLARY
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_7 – Burglary Second Degree

59 – Burglary Third Degree

_1 – Possession of Burglary Tools
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185 – LARCENY / THEFT
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_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
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6 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
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6 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
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5 – ROBBERY
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3 – Robbery First Degree

1 – Robbery Second Degree

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

1 – Rape Second Degree
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DECEMBER 2016
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20 – ASSAULT
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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
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47 – BURGLARY
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_5 – Burglary Second Degree

42 – Burglary Third Degree
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59 – LARCENY / THEFT
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_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
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9 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
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9 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
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4 – ROBBERY
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2 – Robbery First Degree

2 – Robbery Second Degree
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3 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
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2 – Rape First Degree

1 – Sodomy First Degree
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In the interest of transparency and public interest, the Dothan Police Department makes available to all members of the public these unofficial Part I crime reports

The data contained in this work product was accurate that the time of publication but is subject to change at any time and may not reflect the final crime data reported to the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center or the Federal Bureau of Investigation
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Billy Shaun McGhee, of Smith and McGhee P.C., 211 W. Main Street, Suite 1, Dothan, Alabama, 36301, had a Small Claims Court action filed against him in Houston County, today, Friday, July 22, 2016, Case Number SM-16-704, for $300.00 (Three-Hundred Dollars), plus Court Costs of $97.00 (Ninety-Seven Dollars), for a total of $397.00 (Three-Hundred and Ninety-Seven Dollars)

Billy Shaun McGhee, of Smith and McGhee P.C., 211 W. Main Street, Suite 1, Dothan, Alabama, 36301, had a Small Claims Court action filed against him in Houston County, today, Friday, July 22, 2016, Case Number SM-16-704, for $300.00 (Three-Hundred Dollars), plus Court Costs of $97.00 (Ninety-Seven Dollars), for a total of $397.00 (Three-Hundred and Ninety-Seven Dollars)
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Friday, January 2, 2015, B. Shaun McGhee was Retained for $300.00 (Three-Hundred Dollars), Receipt No. 911961, to assist with the recovery of a client’s property
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Sunday, January 18, 2015, 5:44 PM, B. Shaun McGhee’s Legal Assistant was advised via e-mail by the client, that the parties who had the client’s property, had moved to a NEW address, and provided the NEW address
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February 14, 2015, 9:39 AM, B. Shaun McGhee’s office was requested via e-mail, to provide the date the letter had been sent to the parties who had the client’s property
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February 24, 2015, B. Shaun McGhee provided the client a copy of the letter which had been sent to the parties OLD address, after a meeting regarding an unrelated matter

The letter was dated January [NO DAY] 2015
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It is interesting that the letter had NO DAY provided, since other letters from McGhee’s office have a complete date

March 12, 2014
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September 4, 2014
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February 24, 2015
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PS Form 3811 Domestic Return Receipt 7001 1140 0001 5356 0781, showed that the letter had been signed for on Thursday, January 22, 2015, 11:39 am
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The United States Postal Service’s web-site’s Certified Mail Tracking Number screen showed that item 7001 1140 0001 5356 0781 had been mailed to the parties OLD address, Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 3:32 pm
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This was three (3) days AFTER the client had advised McGhee’s office that the parties had moved to a NEW address

McGhee refused to rectify the situation by sending the letter to the NEW address
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McGhee also did NOT provide the Certified Mail Receipt from the United States Postal Service
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A Certified Mail Receipt looks like this
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Or just a receipt from the USPS, showing the DAY the item was mailed
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Justice for sale in Houston County, Dothan, Alabama

Stick it to the Man Houston County Dothan AlabamaJustice for sale in Houston County, Dothan, Alabama

Word off the street is that Justice is for Sale if you are indigent and unable to afford an attorney to represent you

The source says that if you are assigned a Court Appointed attorney, but discover that if you need some documents or evidence under the control of some entity, that you may be told that you need to hire an attorney to get those documents or evidence

Forget the fact that the reason you did not hire a lawyer to represent you in the first place, because you’re indigent, means that you’re indigent, so you can’t afford a lawyer to obtain documents or evidence for your case

Welcome to the “Alice in Wonderland” story that is Houston County, Dothan Alabama‼️

Corrupt❓

You decide

Coffee with a Cop – Houston County, Dothan, Alabama

Coffee with a Cop Dothan Alabama Houston County
Dothan, Alabama, Coffee with a Cop in Houston County, at the Atlanta Bread Company, 3070 Ross Clark Circle, Wednesday, January 14 2015, 7-9 a.m, was a great opportunity to have a member of the Dothan Police Department regale you with why the local citizenry can obtain more information from the Houston County Courthouse public records access (http://www.alacourt.com) about unlawful activity, than you can from that “Secret Society”known as the Dothan Police Department
Dothan Police Department
They even had a camera wielded by a female Corporal to document their Masonic Lodge-like meet and greet
Dothan Police Department
A local female photog with a tripod-mounted Sony camera even showed up around 8 a.m. to document the occasion for microfilm posterity
Coffee with a Cop
The Atlanta Bread Company employees were great hosts, and the food was guaranteed to hit the spot and go right through you
Coffee with a Cop
The free swag was sweet
Dothan Police Department

The Dothan, Houston County, Alabama Lawyer

Dothan Houston County Alabama
The Dothan, Houston County, Alabama Lawyer
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There once was a well known judicious Alabama attorney

Who drove around Dothan in a large dark SUV

When I told him I’d been screwed by a local charlatan for 250.00

He said: “What does that have to do with ME ?”

In the Bible, Genesis 37:17 reads: “Let us go to Dothan”

So losers fleece men and women in our COMMUNITY

Now leave me alone as I’m quite busy – can’t you SEE ?

Unless you can pay my 300.00-an-hour FEE
The Alan Parsons Project Vulture Culture

Michael Magrino – M & M Investigations – Hits the Big Time in Dothan, Alabama, Houston County

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Michael Magrino – M & M Investigations – Hits the Big Time in Dothan, Alabama, Houston County
Michael P. Magrino
Michael Paul Magrino
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M & M Investigations – Dothan, Alabama
Michael Magrino-Private Investigator
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http://mandmprivateeye.com/
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Michael Magrino – LinkedIn
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https://www.linkedin.com/pub/michael-magrino/6a/57a/6ba
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Mike Magrino
Michael Magrino
Title: Private Investigator at M & M Investigations
Demographic info: Dothan, Alabama Area | Legal Services
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https://www.linkedin.com/pub/dir/Mike/Magrino
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Eddie Lewis – WKNI TV
6 Jun 2011 – Private Investigator Mike Magrino is also on board for Harri Anne Smith
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http://www.wkni.net/web/index.php?Itemid=88&id=64%3Aeddielewis&limitstart=1060&option=com_k2&task=user&view=itemlist
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WKNI / The Southern Gentleman Press along with RSN Gambling
6 Jun 2011 – Private Investigator Mike Magrino is also on board for Harri Anne Smith
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http://www.wkni.net/web/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=2943:wkni-/-the-southern-gentleman-press-along-with-rsn-gambling-coverage-day-1&Itemid=18&tmpl=component&print=1
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11 Nov 2014 – PART 1
WOW – The Dothan School Board Investigation Into School Superintendent Tim Wilder
The PIs name is Mike Magrino
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http://www.rickeystokesnews.com/article.php/part–wow–the-dothan-schhol-board-investigation-into-school-supt-tim-wilder–getting-wilder-128764
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11 Nov 2014 – PART TWO
Dothan School Board Exceeds Authority
THE DOTHAN SCHOOL BOARD INVESTIGATION: In a desperate move to tarnish the reputation of Dothan School
Private investigator Mike Magrino has been dispatched
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http://www.rickeystokesnews.com/article.php/part-two-dothan-school-board-exceeds-authority-128765
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Nov 12 2014
More Bungling in DCS case
Wiregrass Watch
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http://www.wiregrasswatch.com/tim-wilder/more-bungling-in-dcs-case
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Jere Segrest
Wiregrass Watch
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12 Nov 2014 – Michael Magrino, the Dothan based Private Investigator dispatched by DCS School Board Attorney
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http://wiregrasswatch.com/category/jere-segrest/page/2/
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Dothan City School Board
Wiregrass Watch
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16 Nov 2014 – The ‘dream’
The story that rocked Dothan
Michael Magrino, the Dothan based Private Investigator dispatched
Magrino is not licensed to do Private Investigation work in Florida
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http://wiregrasswatch.com/category/dothan-city-school-board/page/2/
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Wiregrass Watch
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18 Nov 2014 – Yes Dothan these are the people running our schools – Wilder said the hearing was unfair and the investigation
Michael Magrino, the Dothan based Private Investigator
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http://wiregrasswatch.com/2014/11/page/2/
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Attorney Argues Federal District Courts Have No Jurisdiction Over Scrushy Case (WSFA 12 Montgomery) – WSFA 12 News
Magrino swears that “it took [him] approximately one week to conduct his investigation and retrieve all
and to have investigated these facts from that date until April 17, 2007 – the date he filed the motion
Michael Magrino, reveals that Defendant Scrushy contracted with Magrino
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http://m.wsfa.com/wsfa/pm_/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=od%3ANKxo1eE2
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http://www.wsfa.com/story/6424287/attorney-argues-federal-district-courts-have-no-jurisdiction-over-scrushy-case
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CASE NO – Claire Pavlik Purgus
18 Mar 2003 – THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
Comes now, Michael Magrino and in support of the
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http://www.clairepavlikpurgus.com/Schuster/docs/US_Response_to_Scrushy_Motion_to_Recuse_23April2007.pdf
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http://www.lawprofessors.typepad.com/whitecollarcrime_blog/files/govt_brief.pdf
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If You Have Ever Done This To A COP – SHAME

Peanut
If You Have Ever Done This To A COP – SHAME

Ricky L. Stokes is only a dumb bondsman who doesn’t know how to use a spell-checker, but he thinks you should teach children that cops, constables-on-patrol, police, policemen, policewomen, deputies, sheriffs, etc., are their friends

Maybe Ricky Stokes should stay out of the weed

Rickey Stokes is a Joke unless he would like to explain the over 1,000 people that have been wrongfully convicted in the United States of Americaand later exonerated
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Lying to a Suspect: How Far Can an Investigator Go?
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http://policelink.monster.com/training/articles/1911-lying-to-a-suspect-how-far-can-an-investigator-go
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21 Aug 2006 – The Police Can Lie to You – Imhoff & Associates
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http://www.criminalattorney.com/news/police-can-lie-to-you/
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16 Nov 2009 – Training Cops to Lie – Pt 1
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http://www.officer.com/article/10233095/training-cops-to-lie-pt-1
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29 Aug 2014 – Aaron Hernandez: Police Lie, Evidence Tossed – Field & Court
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Brady v. Maryland
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http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brady_v._Maryland
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If You Have Ever Done This To A COP – SHAME
Rickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Jan 04 2015 8:32 PM
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http://www.rickeystokesnews.com/article.php/if-you-have-ever-done-this-to-a-cop–shame-129710
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