Tallahassee Weekend Crime Rate Stats: 25 Auto Burglaries, 8 Auto Thefts and 5 Residential Burglaries

Tallahassee Weekend Crime Rate Stats: 25 Auto Burglaries, 8 Auto Thefts and 5 Residential Burglaries

Crime stats provided by the Tallahassee Police Department show 44 incidents were reported from October 5th-7th.

The incidents included 25 auto burglaries, 8 auto thefts, and 5 residential burglaries.

The 5 residential burglaries occurred across the city from one on Royal Palm Way, north of I-10, to west of town on Hartsfield Road.

See reports below.

 

Sunday, October 7

Saturday, October 6

Friday, October 5

4 Responses to "Tallahassee Weekend Crime Rate Stats: 25 Auto Burglaries, 8 Auto Thefts and 5 Residential Burglaries"

  1. News Maven   October 8, 2018 at 12:18 pm

    Wonder if there will be any looting this week after we get clobbered by this intensifying hurricane? May need to add that category of crime to the list.
    Might be quite a while before Gillum can get back to fooling the electorate down south.

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  2. Todd Gulledge   October 8, 2018 at 2:45 pm

    Yeah. … U make a big thing out of nothing… Ur a piece of work… hurry up to publix for more tinfoil….u no we do have a hurricane coming… But dont u worry Hope, Governor Gullim will do a great job…. And just think Hope, after the storms over, we get to send Red Tide Rick back home to milk the government titts that made him fake rich… You no, like chump….

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  3. Hope   October 8, 2018 at 6:48 pm

    Todd,

    Don’t METH around!

    Still praying for you…

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  4. Hope   October 8, 2018 at 7:08 pm

    The Tallahassee Democrat published an article stating the candidates suspended their campaigns due to the hurricane.

    At the top of the article there is a video of Gillum …thinking that he is going to give some hurricane advice, but it is a campaign video ad for Gillum.

    I thought Gilliam would take this hurricane seriously, but this indicates where his priority lies.

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