|Chart Label||Offense||# of Inmates||% of Inmates|
|a||Banking and Insurance, Counterfeit, Embezzlement||398||0.2%|
|b||Burglary, Larceny, Property Offenses||8,176||5.0%|
|c||Continuing Criminal Enterprise||336||0.2%|
|d||Courts or Corrections||720||0.4%|
|f||Extortion, Fraud, Bribery||10,257||6.2%|
|g||Homicide, Aggravated Assault, and Kidnapping Offenses||5,335||3.2%|
|m||Weapons, Explosives, Arson||30,971||18.8%|
1.Drug offense. A drug offense refers to the possession, use, sale or furnishing of any drug or intoxicating substance or drug paraphernalia, that is prohibited by law. Most drug offenses are felonies. The most common defense raised is to challenge the search and seizure that resulted in the police finding the drugs
2.Weapons, Explosives, Arson. A person commits the criminal offense of unlawful possession, control, or ownership of firearms, ammunition, explosives, or weapons when he or she unlawfully possesses, controls, or owns a firearm, ammunition, explosive, or weapon.
3.Sex Offenses. The common sex offenses fall into the following categories: Crimes against adults: rape, sexual assault and marital rape. Crimes against relatives: incest. Crimes against children: pornography, exploitation, molestation, abduction.
Statistics based on prior month’s data — — Last Updated: Saturday, 24 August 2019