Over the past month, grand larceny auto cases are up nearly 80 percent in New York City compared to the same time in 2019.
Criminal sale of a controlled substance (multiple counts)
Aggravated Cemetery Desecration (multiple counts)
Criminal possession of a public benefits card (multiple counts)
Obstructing governmental administration (multiple counts)
While it is good news overall crime dropped this week, it is extremely concerning that Grand Larceny Auto rose by 51.5% when an overwhelming majority of New Yorkers are at home with their cars. Cops can’t stay home because criminals won’t. pic.twitter.com/FY9lHJznDe
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