The report titled “Crime in California 2020” which was released on Thursday July 1, shows that the homicide rates increased dramatically compared to the previous 3 years. In the year of BLM marches and lockdowns California saw the murder rate go from 4.2 homicides per 100,000 in 2019 to 5.5 per 100,000.
The report showed gradual declines in homicide rate the first 3 years of Trumps presidency before the BLM riots and lockdowns. 2019 was actually a record low in homicides for California, being the lowest rate per 100,000 going all the way back to 1966.
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In the homicide cases where the circumstances are known, 34% were due to an argument, 28% were related to gang activity, 8.5% were part of a rape, robbery, or burglary, and the remaining 6.7% were related to domestic violence.
Attorney General Rob Bonta said in a statement, “while violent crime rates are still well below their historical highs in the early 90s, the increases we’ve seen during this pandemic are unacceptable.”
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