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April 15, 2014

MAP: January & February arrests by ward

CLINTON — The monthly arrest reports for January and February indicate 139 total arrests were made by Clinton police during that time period.

Of those arrests, 36 percent (50 total) took place in Ward 1, the south-most portion of Clinton.  Ward 2, which is located just north of the south bridge, as far west as The Oaks golf course and south of the Clinton County Attorney's office, had 27.3 percent (38 total) of arrests in the city.

Ward 4, the north-most ward in the city, had the least amount of arrests with 22. Ward 3 had 27 arrests.

One arrest was made at each of the Clinton middle schools during the month of February.

The arrest reports from two months also break down the types of crimes committed leading to the arrests. Police arrested 23 people for public intoxication, as well as 23 arrests made for shoplifting. Twenty arrests were classified as some type of assault, and 13 people were arrested for driving under the influence, first offense.

The report also showed that 72.7 percent of people arrested were caucasian. In addition, 62.6 percent of people arrested were male and 37.4 percent were female.

Below is a map indicating the heaviest areas of crime in Clinton from Jan. 1 to Feb. 28. The city map is broken down by Ward, with monthly totals listed within the information boxes.


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