Violent crime fell 3.4 percent in Colorado in 2012, CBI says

There are 2 comments on the Jul 2, 2013, Estes Park Trail-Gazette story titled Violent crime fell 3.4 percent in Colorado in 2012, CBI says. In it, Estes Park Trail-Gazette reports that:

A spike in car thefts drove a 3.6 percent increase in property crime throughout Colorado last year, but violent crime dropped 3.4 percent, according to statistics released this week by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

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No it did not

Estes Park, CO

#1 Jul 3, 2013
Watch the news. The CBI numbers were wrong (by their own admission) and Chicago said Denver is the most violent city in America. I find that hard to believe but crime did not go down 3.4% it actually increased.
Is there really a CBI

United States

#3 Jul 22, 2013
or is it a fictional thing like the California Bureau of Investigation as portrayed on the CBS hit series "The Mentalist" starring Simon Cowell?

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