Ca. Says Violence Down, Property Crime Up In 2003

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Violent crime in California dropped last year while property crime increased, reports the Los Angeles Times. The state attorney general’s office said that violence, including homicide, rape and robbery, fell 1.6 percent statewide. Property crime, including burglary, car theft and larceny, rose 3.8 percent. Motor vehicle thefts recorded the biggest jump among property crimes, with
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