In 2009, Arlington police arrested 4,599 individuals for crime ranging from eluding to homicide. Of those, only 1,731, or 37.6 percent, listed Arlington as their city of residence.
The remaining 62.4 percent either lived elsewhere or did not list a fixed address.
According to police, 538 individuals listed no fixed address — which amounts to 11.7 percent of all arrests.
Comparable statistics were not available from neighboring jurisdictions.
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