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Table 10

NORTH CAROLINA

Offenses Known to Law Enforcement

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2013

[The data shown in this table do not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff's office or county police department.]

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Violent
crime
Murder and
nonnegligent
manslaughter
Rape
(revised definition)1
Rape
(legacy definition)2
Robbery Aggravated
assault
Property
crime
Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor
vehicle
theft
Arson
Metropolitan Counties Alamance 109 3 8 15 83 934 429 441 64 5
Alexander 42 0 4 5 33 413 167 228 18 3
Brunswick 140 2 13 29 96 2,137 973 1,077 87 19
Buncombe 116 10 18 25 63 2,013 897 964 152 15
Burke 116 1 10 23 82 1,511 643 798 70 2
Cabarrus 33 3 2 9 19 724 228 461 35 6
Caldwell 65 4 3 11 47 1,375 469 827 79 9
Catawba 134 3 13 17 101 1,392 597 727 68 4
Chatham 79 1 4 10 64 864 356 469 39 3
Cumberland 499 4 9 118 368 3,709 1,408 2,131 170 36
Currituck 29 0 2 3 24 449 116 318 15 4
Davidson 92 1 7 14 70 1,740 885 749 106 13
Davie 57 0 8 11 38 637 238 368 31 2
Durham 49 2 1 12 34 723 331 350 42 3
Edgecombe 73 3 1 11 58 591 300 267 24 3
Franklin 66 3 5 10 48 909 366 495 48 2
Gaston 6 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0
Guilford 137 0 8 13 116 1,438 587 780 71 14
Haywood 135 1 5 4 125 1,079 445 580 54 5
Henderson 115 4 18 15 78 1,200 382 728 90 5
Iredell 135 0 13 17 105 1,623 727 836 60 17
Johnston 116 4 15 8 89 1,911 678 1,146 87 1
Lincoln 72 2 6 13 51 1,217 535 672 10 4
Madison 9 1 3 0 5 200 99 86 15 4
Nash 59 9 5 5 40 649 355 239 55 7
New Hanover 151 1 9 34 107 2,200 631 1,473 96 8
Orange 37 0 0 18 19 497 271 199 27 1
Pamlico 46 0 3 8 35 310 83 212 15 2
Pender 72 1 3 4 64 731 217 478 36 11
Person 51 6 6 8 31 440 207 211 22 2
Pitt 152 3 5 34 110 1,191 485 661 45 4
Rowan 138 1 12 10 115 1,225 448 718 59 11
Stokes 123 1 6 5 111 912 370 494 48 4
Union 215 4 13 27 171 1,985 564 1,341 80 22
Wake 210 6 19 27 158 2,295 1,070 1,090 135 26
Yadkin 72 1 7 5 59 715 285 406 24 3
Nonmetropolitan Counties Anson 50 1 6 8 35 524 255 256 13 2
Ashe 15 0 3 0 12 326 151 166 9 3
Avery 22 0 2 0 20 164 51 106 7 2
Bertie 26 0 0 3 23 387 156 212 19 4
Camden 4 0 0 2 2 61 17 43 1 1
Carteret 84 1 9 6 68 834 306 501 27 4
Caswell 45 2 3 4 36 450 176 242 32 1
Cherokee 28 0 4 3 21 495 149 319 27 2
Chowan 10 1 2 1 6 126 48 69 9 3
Cleveland 18 1 2 13 2 1,071 461 584 26 2
Columbus 124 4 10 21 89 1,472 821 558 93 8
Dare 19 1 7 2 9 537 139 386 12 2
Granville 69 3 2 10 54 754 337 381 36 4
Halifax 97 2 3 21 71 817 384 404 29 7
Harnett 233 8 7 41 177 2,616 1,093 1,414 109 12
Hertford 34 0 3 9 22 339 172 143 24 2
Lee 38 5 2 5 26 584 179 365 40 1
Lenoir 99 0 4 19 76 843 373 447 23 2
Macon 41 0 5 4 32 572 196 356 20 3
Martin 49 0 7 6 36 406 203 190 13 1
McDowell 31 3 5 2 21 821 366 395 60 7
Montgomery 25 0 0 1 24 323 122 190 11 0
Moore 25 1 1 3 20 667 299 324 44 4
Northampton 31 0 2 5 24 400 200 174 26 2
Pasquotank 35 1 0 6 28 307 119 177 11 6
Perquimans 2 0 0 0 2 112 61 46 5 5
Polk 13 0 6 0 7 212 56 144 12 1
Richmond 131 0 11 24 96 1,203 515 647 41 10
Rutherford 92 1 8 9 74 938 509 361 68 18
Surry 88 0 10 9 69 1,168 515 600 53 11
Swain 35 1 3 0 31 197 105 84 8 0
Transylvania 33 0 4 1 28 336 125 197 14 3
Tyrrell 7 0 0 1 6 51 14 35 2 0
Warren 37 1 3 5 28 578 271 271 36 4
Washington 17 0 5 3 9 121 46 67 8 0
Watauga 21 0 0 0 21 283 41 223 19 0
Wilkes 109 5 0 12 92 1,192 517 624 51 11
Wilson 55 0 3 11 41 791 280 467 44 2
Yancey 10 1 0 0 9 109 62 47 0 0
  • 1 The figures shown in this column for the offense of rape were reported using the revised Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) definition of rape. See Data Declaration for further explanation.
  • 2 The figures shown in this column for the offense of rape were reported using the legacy UCR definition of rape. See Data Declaration for further explanation.

Data Declaration

Provides the methodology used in constructing this table and other pertinent information about this table.