Crime Trends Big Enough To Spot

Posted: April 14, 2013 at 2:48 a.m.

Customers wait in line at Vaughn Recycling on 1246 S School Street in Fayetteville Saturday morning as they wait it to open so they can sell their recyclable materials. Vaughn Recycling buys a variety of scrap metals for recycling.

Lee Jones called police when he saw three men loading a truck with county-owned steel, hoping he finally had a lead on the thieves who’d ransacked his nearby barn several times.

At A Glance

Crime Time

• Daytime: Thefts

• Nighttime: Violence

• Hot/Cold: Domestic violence

• Mild temps: Car break-ins/graffiti

Source: Local Law Enforcement

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