Suttle calls Stothert reports on crime stats 'not honest, not fair, not ethical'

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Posted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 6:01 pm, Sun Jul 20, 2014.

Mayor Jim Suttle fired back at challenger Jean Stothert's claims of increased crime in Omaha, calling the city councilwoman's report of recent statistics “not honest, not fair and not ethical.”

The two candidates have each offered up Omaha police crime statistics — with a different take on their meaning. Suttle says voters should look at his administration's place in a long-term drop in crime, while Stothert urges focus on Suttle's time in office.

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