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Stabbing In 29 Palms

user36071-1409757000-media1On Wednesday, September 3, 2014, Nikole Schroeder, 27 years old, Twentynine Palms, William Walter, 26 years old, Twentynine Palms and Stephen Bailor, 25 years old from Twentynine Palms were walking south on Adobe Rd. when an argument between all three escalated into a physical altercation. During the altercation,

Bailor pulled out a folding pocket knife and cut Schroeder in the face and stabbed Walter in the leg several times. Both victims sustained non- life threatening injuries and were transported to a local hospital for treatment.

Bailor was arrested for Assault with a Deadly Weapon and booked at the Morongo Basin jail. He is being held on $50,000 bail.



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13 Responses to Stabbing In 29 Palms

  1. Branson Hunter

    Branson Hunter

    September 4, 2014 at 10:47 am

    Is dangerous violent criminal activity on the rise in 29? It certainly seems so.

    Larry have you any thought in this regard?

    • Larry Briggs

      Larry Briggs

      September 4, 2014 at 11:00 am

      Ben, you are cute. I’m sure the local law enforcement authorities are handling this. No JPA necessary.

      • Dan OBrien

        Dan OBrien

        September 4, 2014 at 12:00 pm

        Good Question

  2. Branson Hunter

    Branson Hunter

    September 4, 2014 at 11:16 am

    Larry are you reading the daily crime report? Have you evaluated the crime in 29 on a month-to-month basis during the last year?

    Carry on Larry.

  3. Dan OBrien

    Dan OBrien

    September 4, 2014 at 12:08 pm

    Crime Facts

    The Twentynine Palms crime index is 25% lower than the California average and and the California crime index is 1% lower than the National average.

    The Twentynine Palms violent crime rate is 26% lower than the California average and and the California violent crime rate is 9% higher than the National average.

    The Twentynine Palms property crime rate is 25% lower than the California average and and the California property crime rate is 3% lower than the National average.

  4. Larry Briggs

    Larry Briggs

    September 4, 2014 at 1:13 pm

    Ben, Read what your publisher has researched for us above. It answers your basic question. Have a great day.

    • Branson Hunter

      Branson Hunter

      September 4, 2014 at 3:12 pm

      @ Larry: The question: “Is violent criminal activity on the rise in 29 this past year?

      We know, thanks to Dan’s outstanding skills in ferreting out information, it’s lower than the California average; we know California is higher than the national rate. It is appropriate to say 29 violent crime rate is likely higher than the national crime rate.

      WHAT WE DO KNOW, “Is violent criminal activity in 29 is on the rise this last year. When FOCUS is solely on 29, it does not look good at all by “Scout Neighborhood-29 Palms Crime Data” webpage.

      They give a 100 rating (the safest) to cities. Twentynine has a “41” rating. That means that 29 is Safer than 41% of the cities in the US. And there are over 30,000 municipals in the US. Wow! Her we are in the middle of no where with the closest civilization to the East is 100 miles; the closest freeway is 60 miles away to the Southeast, and 29 rating of 41%.

      Annual crime in 29: 81 violent, 463 property, 544 total. There is a 1 in 316 chance of being the victim of a violent crime in 29. I don’t know if that daily chance or an annual chance of being victimized.

      There is a 1 in 55 chance of becoming a victim of a property crime. That is very high for a small rural city-hamlet like 29.

      Another web search shows 312 violent crimes in 29.

      Auto theft is low in 29.

      Policing Statistics
      TWENTYNINE PALMS 29 Palms Nation-Wide
      Overall Clearance Rate 37.34% 28.23%
      Homicide Clearance Rate 69.93% 56.15%
      Assault Clearance Rate 76.43% 52.13%
      Rape Clearance Rate 45.44% 38.34%
      Robbery Clearance Rate 48.86% 23.18%
      Burglary Clearance Rate 22.84% 11.77%
      Larceny Clearance Rate 31.83% 17.45%
      Auto Theft Clearance Rate12.09% 11.95%

      Endnote to Larry: I had to take out the Links to all the aforementioned date because when you cannot post a Link or an Image instantaneously; they are held for moderation.

  5. Branson Hunter

    Branson Hunter

    September 4, 2014 at 3:05 pm

    @ Larry: The question: “Is violent criminal activity on the rise in 29 this past year?

    We know, thanks to Dan’s outstanding skills in ferreting out information, it’s lower than the California average; we know California is higher than the national rate. It is appropriate to say 29 violent crime rate is likely higher than the national crime rate.

    WHAT WE DO KNOW, “Is violent criminal activity in 29 is on the rise this last year. When FOCUS is solely on 29, it does not look good at all by “Scout Neighborhood-29 Palms Crime Data” webpage.

    They give a 100 rating (the safest) to cities. Twentynine has a “41” rating. That means that 29 is Safer than 41% of the cities in the US. And there are over 30,000 municipals in the US. Wow! Her we are in the middle of no where with the closest civilization to the East is 100 miles; the closest freeway is 60 miles away to the Southeast, and 29 rating of 41%.

    Annual crime in 29: 81 violent, 463 property, 544 total. There is a 1 in 316 chance of being the victim of a violent crime in 29. I don’t know if that daily chance or an annual chance of being victimized.

    There is a 1 in 55 chance of becoming a victim of a property crime. That is very high for a small rural city-hamlet like 29.
    http://www.neighborhoodscout.com/ca/twentynine-palms/crime/.

    Another web search shows 312 violent crimes in 29.
    http://www.areavibes.com/twentynine+palms-ca/crime/

    Auto theft is low in 29.

    Policing Statistics
    TWENTYNINE PALMS 29 Palms Nation-Wide
    Overall Clearance Rate 37.34% 28.23%
    Homicide Clearance Rate 69.93% 56.15%
    Assault Clearance Rate 76.43% 52.13%
    Rape Clearance Rate 45.44% 38.34%
    Robbery Clearance Rate 48.86% 23.18%
    Burglary Clearance Rate 22.84% 11.77%
    Larceny Clearance Rate 31.83% 17.45%
    Auto Theft Clearance Rate12.09% 11.95%

    http://www.insideprison.com/city_crime_statistics.asp?cityCaseR=TWENTYNINE%20PALMS&stateNorm=CA&zipC=92415&stateID=

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  6. Larry Briggs

    Larry Briggs

    September 4, 2014 at 3:19 pm

    That’s why you are the senior correspondent at CT.

  7. Branson Hunter

    Branson Hunter

    September 4, 2014 at 4:14 pm

    I am senior nothing, Larry. I can’t even post a Link to data for readers to pursue if they want, and for verification.

  8. Larry Briggs

    Larry Briggs

    September 4, 2014 at 5:15 pm

    You’ll always be the “senior correspondent” in my mind.

  9. Branson Hunter

    Branson Hunter

    September 4, 2014 at 7:54 pm

    Larry, is that a head pat, or a jab in the spleen.
    The senior correspondent has some poignant issues that involve taxpayes and HARRIS & Mintz, as follows:

    Harris and Mintz spend valuable taxpayers’ funds on vanity project, they didn’t spend it where it is most needed, infrastructure in the downtown area and critical areas neighborhoods.

    Those who are politically connected were on the receiving end of the Harris and Mintz and Cole feel good vanity spending.

    There are choices. Vote wisely. The city-village is going through troubling times. It need outside help like three new council members that do not serve the connected.

  10. Dan OBrien

    Dan OBrien

    September 5, 2014 at 5:51 am

    Neutral Corners?

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