FBI: Violent Crime, Property Crime Down, Arson Up 19.2 Percent

The FBI Preliminary Uniform Crime Report (UCR) for January-June 2020 shows violent crime and property crime were both down, as compared to the same time frame in 2019, but arson was up 19.2 percent.
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