Burglaries Decreased in 2012 in North Carolina

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While some areas in North Carolina saw a decline in crime rates for 2012, other areas saw an increase of fewer than three percent, fueled by an increase in robberies and aggravated assaults. The Charlotte police department reported that there were 1,798 robberies in 2012 compared to 1,612 in 2011. While this news is sobering,
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Two Men Arrested for Raleigh Break-in Caught on Camera

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Two Raleigh men were recently arrested for breaking and entering into a house in the Caraleigh neighborhood several weeks ago. One of the men has a criminal history of felony breaking and entering. A third man was reportedly at the house as well but has not been arrested at this point. It is possible that
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Art Theft a Tough Business; Raleigh Holds a Small Place in History

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When it comes to illegal trafficking, we usually think of drugs or guns. We are less likely to think of art. Yet, art crime is third on the U.S. Justice Department’s list of profitable criminal trades, estimated to be worth about $6 billion. The number of zeroes on the estimate makes sense when you consider
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Former University Student Accused of Robbing a Bank

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Crimes involving larceny can burden your record forever. Larceny includes offenses such as breaking and entering, robbery, shoplifting and embezzlement. In recent news, a man from Chapel Hill, who was out on bond for his connection with two bank robberies, has recently been accused of robbing another bank. The suspect is a former University of
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