FBI UCR REPORT 2020 KILLEEN
When Candance was found murdered in her home on July 11, 2011, we were told NOT to tell anyone how she was murdered, or we would be arrested. Ortiz wanted the public to believe she was shot.
We soon learned about the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Would Ortiz also lie to the FBI?
The UCR Program includes data from more than 18,000 city, university and college, county, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies. Agencies participate voluntarily and submit their crime data either through a state UCR program or directly to the FBI's UCR Program.
The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program generates reliable statistics for use in law enforcement.
(Only reliable if reported correctly). It also provides information for students of criminal justice, researchers, the media, and the public. The program has been providing crime statistics since 1930.
The answer is YES. Ortiz did lie when he reported Candance’s murder, we also found many other discrepancies with KPD reporting over the years. Some murders reported as solved, some murders not listed on the report.
The list below is the Unsolved list for 2011 the year Candance was murdered.
UCR reports do not include the victims' names, we match victims murder month, age, race and sex to the yearly list of unsolved and solved murders in Killeen we have documented throughout the year. UCR reports we have collected are from 1976 – current, we hope to post additional years in 2022.
UNSOLVED UCR 2020
Missing from the unsolved report, Gregory Wedel Morales, his remains were found in a shallow grave in a field in Killeen June 19, 2020, 1 year after he was reported missing.
We found several discrepancies on the Solved list.
Listed below is our spread sheet of murders listed in chronological order and how they were reported on the UCR report for 2020 (We entered the victims' names and known offender names, UCR does not include names)
In our efforts to keep the public informed we will begin to post the yearly UCR.