2013 Supplemental Homicide Report

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Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter

The willful killing of one human being by another.
(FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Definition)

The classification of this offense is based solely on police investigation as opposed to the determination of a court, medical examiner, coroner, jury or other judicial body.

Number of Incidents Per Month
Month
Homicides
January
23
February
15
March
15
April
17
May
9
June
9
July
11
August
18
September
15
October
11
November
16
December
14


Total Victims:  172     Total Offenders: 
190


Victims
  • One Hundred and Sixteen (116) or 67.4% of the homicide victims were male. 
  • Fifty-six (56) or 32.6% of the homicide victims were female.

Offenders

  • One Hundred and Thirty-nine (139) or 73.2% or of the offenders were male. 
  • Thirty-one (31) or 16.3% of the offenders were female. 
  • Eleven (11) or 5.8% of the offender's sex was reported as unknown.
  • The remaining nine (9) or 4.7% of the offenders were considered unknown.  (i.e. the age, sex, and race of the offender is not known to law enforcement).

 
Victim Race
Race Victims Percentage
Asian
4
2.3%
Black
28
16.3%
American Indian
2
1.2%
White
135
78.5%
Unknown
3
1.7%
 
Race of Known Offenders
Race Victims Percentage
Asian
2
1.1%
Black
44
24.3%
American Indian
1
0.6%
White
116
64.1%
Unknown
18
9.9%
 
Victim Age
Age Group Number of Victims
Unknown
0
Under 10 Years
14
11 to 17 years
4
18 to 21 years
12
22 to 29 years
32
30 to 39 years
42
40 to 49 years
25
50 to 59 years
22
60 to 69 years
11
70 and Older
10
 
Age of Known Offenders
Age Group Number of Offenders
Unknown
23
11 to 17 years
8
18 to 21 years
27
22 to 29 years
41
30 to 39 years
34
40 to 49 years
23
50 to 59 years
16
60 to 69 years
6
70 and Older
3
 
Relationship of Homicide Victim to Offender*
Relationship Number of Victims
Acquaintance
30
Babysittee
2
Boyfriend/Girlfriend
9
Child/Step-child
10
Child of Boyfriend/Girlfriend
2
Common Law Spouse
0
Employee
0
Employer
1
Ex-Spouse
1
Friend
11
Grandchild
0
Grandparent
0
In-Law
3
Neighbor
2
Other Family Member
2
Otherwise Known
10
Parent/Step-parent
7
Same Sex Relationship
0
Sibling/Step-sibling
1
Spouse
16
Stranger
16
Unknown Relationship
80
Unknown Offender
9

*As there can be multiple victims and/or offenders involved in one incident, the total number of victim to offender relationships can be greater than the total number of victims, offenders or incidents.

 
Location of Homicides
Location Number of Victims
Abandoned/Condemned Structure
0
Air/Bus/Train Terminal
1
Amusement Park
0
Arena/Stadium/Fairgrounds/Coliseum
0
ATM Separate from Bank
0
Auto Dealership
0
Bank/Savings and Loan
0
Bar/Nightclub
8
Camp/Campground
0
Church/Synagogue/Temple/Mosque
0
Commercial/Public Office Building
1
Community Center
0
Convenience Store
0
Daycare Facility
0
Department/Discount Store
0
Dock/Wharf/Freight/Modal Terminal
0
Drug Store/Doctor's Office/Hospital
0
Farm Facility
0
Field/Woods
4
Gambling Facility/Casino/Race Track
0
Government Building
0
Grocery/Supermarket
0
Highway/Road/Alley/Street
25
Hotel/Motel
7
Industrial Site
0
Jail/Prison/Penitentiary
0
Lake/Waterway
0
Liquor Store
0
Military Installation
0
Other or Unknown
2
Park/Playground
1
Parking Lot/Garage
14
Rental Storage Facility
0
Residence/Home/Apartment
106
Rest Area
0
Restaurant/Cafeteria
1
School-College/University
0
School-Elementary/Secondary
1
Service/Gas Station
1
Shelter-Mission/Homeless
0
Shopping Mall
0
Specialty Store
0
Tribal Lands
0

 

 
By Type of Weapon Number of Victims
Asphyxiation
3
Blunt Object
6
Drugs/Narcotics
6
Fire/Incendiary Device
1
Firearm
88
Knife/Cutting Instrument
34
Motor Vehicle
1
Other Weapon
11
Personal Weapons
13
Poison
0
Unknown Weapon
9
 
By Circumstance Number of Victims
Argument
42
Assault on Law Enforcement Officer
0
Drug Related
4
Gang Related
2
Lover's Quarrel
10
Mercy Killing
1
Other Circumstances
43
Other Felony Crime Involved
1
Unknown Circumstances
69

 

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