Police: Part 1 crimes down 7.53 percent over 2015
by Neighbor Staff
03:55 PM, Friday, February 12
The city of Sandy Springs Friday announced it has released the final numbers for its 2015 crime statistics. According to a news release, overall total uniform crime reporting Part 1 crimes are down 7.53 percent for the year. Part 1 crimes include:...

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