There were no murders in 2011, but metal, identity theft were rampant
By Lisa King
Friday, May 11, 2012 at 11:35 am (Updated: May 11, 12:54 pm)
Despite one of the worst assault cases ever in Shelby County dominating headlines for months, violent crime in Shelby County took a drastic decline in 2011, part of an overall picture of crime that showed slight decreases in many other criminal activities.
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