Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Quarterly Stats

A little delayed, but here are the stats from April through June.  You'll see a reduced caseload this quarter.  The reason is an increased caseload on a long-term gang investigation I'm dealing with that didn't come to fruition until after these stats.  It's still top-secret, so I unfortunately cannot discuss it until it's over.

Total cases handled: 56 files

Number of pleas taken: 15

Number of cases closed after arrest but before indictment: 6

Main reason why:  Insufficient Evidence
Number of cases where guns were used:  31

Saddest case:  Two drive-by shootings by the same guys on the same night.  At the first, 11 year old girls were threatened by the shooter not to come forward.  At the second, a young man's finger was shot off.  Luckily, that was the worst of the injuries.  The reason?  Gang warfare.   
Oddest Facts:  A woman claiming rape by a quadriplegic.

Youngest defendant: 15 (stolen car and then using it to commit robberies)
Number of admitted drug dealers robbed:  2

Types of cases handled: gun point robberies, burglaries, car thefts, shootings, stabbings, gun possession, drug possession, attempted murders, murders

Worst offender of the quarter: The 15 year old.  He was a one man wrecking ball.  Multiple robberies.  Gang involvement.  Drugs and drive-by shootings. 

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