Why Don’t Crime Statistics Add Up?

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The FBI counted 91 people killed in Columbus in 2016. The Ohio Department of Public Safety recorded 93. Columbus police, whose detectives are in charge of investigating the deaths, report that 106 people were killed. When the Columbus Dispatch looked into the state’s tally of homicide numbers and cross-checked it with the city’s list, it found discrepancies. One . . .

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