Police Chief Skip Holbrook and members of the Columbia Police Department opened their monthly staff meeting to the public as a way of connecting with the community. One of the things mentioned was that auto thefts and car break-ins are on the rise.
Police Chief Skip Holbrook and members of the Columbia Police Department opened their monthly staff meeting to the public as a way of connecting with the community. One of the things mentioned was that auto thefts and car break-ins are on the rise. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
Police Chief Skip Holbrook and members of the Columbia Police Department opened their monthly staff meeting to the public as a way of connecting with the community. One of the things mentioned was that auto thefts and car break-ins are on the rise. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com

Year-over-year crime down in Columbia, but recent crime up

September 23, 2015 12:38 PM

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