The crime statistics published by The Spectrum on Thursday were incorrectly calculated.
The accurate numbers are as follows:
There were 367 crime and referral offenses in 2015, up from 362 in 2014 and lower than 384 in 2013.
There were 34 counts of drug law arrests in 2015, which was the same as 2014 but higher than 2013’s 28 counts. The drug law arrest rate has not been increasing at 14 percent over the previous three years.
There were 153 liquor law arrests in 2015, which is higher than 134 and 143 in 2014 and 2013, respectively.
There were 157 liquor law violations referred for disciplinary action in 2015, lower than 165 and 174 in 2014 and 2013, respectively.
There were zero drug law violations referred for disciplinary action in 2015, lower than four and 14 counts in 2014 and 2013, respectively.
There were four counts of both fondling and stalking in 2015. The was one count of fondling and zero counts of stalking in 2014, whereas 2013 had zero and one count.
There were four counts of domestic violence in 2015, a decrease from five counts in 2014 yet tied with the amount in 2013.
There were six counts of arson in 2014 and only one in 2015.