2014 Cargo Theft

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Cargo Theft is the criminal taking of any cargo including, but not limited to, goods, chattels, money, or baggage that constitutes, in whole or in part, a commercial shipment of freight moving in commerce, from any pipeline system, railroad car, motortruck, or other vehicle, or from any tank or storage facility, station house, platform, or depot, or from any vessel or wharf, or from any aircraft, air terminal, airport, aircraft terminal or air navigation facility, or from any intermodal container, intermodal chassis, trailer, container freight station, warehouse, freight distribution facility, or freight consolidation facility. For purposes of this definition, cargo shall be deemed as moving in commerce at all points between the point of origin and the final destination, regardless of any temporary stop while awaiting transshipment or otherwise. (FBI Uniform Crime definition)

Reported Cargo Theft by Offense
Offense Type Reported Offenses
Burglary/Breaking and Entering
2
Bribery
0
Credit Card / Automatic Teller Machine Fraud
0
Embezzlement
0
Extortion / Blackmail
0
False Pretenses / Swindle
0
Impersonation
0
Larceny / Theft: Theft From Building
0
Larceny / Theft: Theft From Motor Vehicle
2
Larceny / Theft: All Other Larceny
0
Motor Vehicle Theft
1
Robbery
0
Wire Fraud
0
Total
5

Reported Cargo Theft by Property Type and Value
Property Type
2014
Stolen Value
Recovered Value
Artistic Supplies / Accessories
$48
$0
Clothes / Furs
$100
$0
Computer Hardware / Software
$2,500
$0
Consumable Goods
$125
$0
Heavy Construction / Industrial Equipment
$10,700
$0
Household Goods
$12
$0 
Medical / Medical Lab Equipment
$100
$0
Merchandise
$2,624
$0
Other
$5,906
$0
Recordings - Audio/Visual
$20
$0
Tools
$850
$0
Trucks
$7,500
$0
Total
$30,485
$0

 

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