HONOLULU (KHON2) – There have been more than 790 crime incidents reported to Honolulu Police within the past seven days.
Most of the crime reports have been on larceny around the island of Oahu. Just within the first few weeks of Sept. there were close to 300 reports of larceny.
Larceny is the act of stealing any property or article that is not taken by violence, force or fraud. An example of larceny around Oahu would be stealing a bicycle, motor vehicle part or shoplifting.
According to CrimeMapping the second highest crime reports to HPD have been vehicle break-ins with close to 90 reports in the past seven days.
Top reported crimes on Oahu this past week:
- Larceny – 287
- Vandalism – 87
- Vehicle break-in / Theft – 89
- Assault – 70
- Burglary – 49
- Motor vehicle theft – 84
- Fraud – 30
- Drugs / Alcohol – 30
- Sex crime – 20
Robbery, DUI, disturbing the peace and weapons had less than 20 incident reports each within the past week.
Most crime incidents were reported Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday or according to crimemapping data.
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To view the latest crime reports near you head to CrimeMapping’s website and type in your address, zip code or location you are interested in.