Murders in california 2019

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Crime Trends in California

Given the limitations of the available data for , this fact sheet provides preliminary trends and focuses on data from , prior to the pandemic.

  • Crime rates have shifted amid the pandemic, but the full impact is unclear.
    Preliminary data from four major cities (Los Angeles, Oakland, San Diego, and San Francisco) indicate some types of crime rose during the pandemic, though overall crime rates remain historically low as of fall While violent and property crimes dropped notably at the onset of the pandemic, the overall violent crime rate returned to early levels and the overall property crime rate plateaued. These data suggest notable decreases in reports of robberies and rapes, a slight increase in assaults, and a troubling increase of about 30% in homicides. Among property crimes, larcenies and residential burglaries declined, but both motor vehicle theft and commercial burglaries increased markedly, by roughly 20%. The need to continue monitoring crime trends, investigating underlying causes, and identifying effective solutions remains high.
  • Prior to the pandemic, California’s violent crime rate decreased in
    California’s violent crime rate decreased by % to per , residents between and Despite upticks in and from to , the statewide rate was slightly below what it was in , before California embarked on siginificant criminal justice reforms, and comparable to levels in the late s. California’s violent crime rate ranked 12th nationwide and was higher than the national rate of per , residents. In , 60% of reported violent crimes in California were aggravated assaults, 30% were robberies, 9% were rapes, and 1% were homicides.

figure - California’s violent and property crime rates were at historic lows in

SOURCE: Authors’ calculation based on Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Report – and the California Department of Justice’s Criminal Justice Statistics Center, California Crimes and Clearances Files, –

NOTES: Violent crime includes homicide, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault; property crime includes burglary, motor vehicle theft, and larceny theft (including non-felonious larceny theft).

  • The statewide property crime rate decreased in
    The property crime rate of 2, per , residents was down % from and was the lowest observed since California’s property crime rate was above the national rate (2, per , residents) and ranked 19th among all states. Of all reported property crimes in California in , 68% were larceny thefts, 17% were burglaries, and 15% were auto thefts.
  • Crime rates vary dramatically by region and category.
    The lowest rates of both violent and property crime in were on the southern coast and border (Imperial, Orange, San Diego, and Ventura Counties), with rates of and 1, per , residents, respectively. The state’s highest rate of violent crime was in the San Joaquin Valley, which had violent incidents per , residents, while the highest rate of property crime occurred in the San Francisco Bay Area, which had 3, property incidents per , residents.
  • In , a majority of counties saw decreases in violent crime . . .
    A total of 38 of the state’s 58 counties saw violent crime decline in In 14 counties, the violent crime rate dropped by more than 10%. Among the counties experiencing increases in violent crime, seven—including several small counties, which are especially susceptible to substantial swings in crime rates due to small populations and rare instances of violent crime—saw gains of more than 10% (Glenn, Humboldt, Mariposa, Mono, Napa, San Bernardino, and Santa Cruz). Of the state’s 15 largest counties, six saw increases and nine saw decreases in violent crime.

figure - Among the 15 largest counties, Contra Costa, San Mateo, and Santa Clara saw both violent and property crime rates increase in

SOURCE: Authors’ calculation based on the California Department of Justice’s Criminal Justice Statistics Center, California Crimes and Clearances Files, –

NOTES: Chart shows California’s 15 largest counties, sorted by population size. Violent crime includes homicide, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault; property crime includes burglary, motor vehicle theft, and larceny theft (including non-felonious larceny theft).

  • . . . and property crime.
    A total of 39 counties—including 10 of the 15 largest—saw decreases in property crime rates in In many counties there were significant reductions. In 11 counties—including two larger counties (Fresno and Ventura)—the property crime rate decreased by more than 10%. Ten counties saw their property crime rates increase by more than 10%. Of the 15 largest counties, two experienced increases of more than 10% (Alameda and San Mateo) while three (Contra Costa, Sacramento, and Santa Clara) saw more modest increases.

Sources: Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Report; California Department of Justice’s Criminal Justice Statistics Center, California Crimes and Clearances Files; and California Department of Finance’s Demographic Research Unit, County Population Estimates.



Data Set: Crime Rates in California

Topics

COVID Criminal Justice
Sours: https://www.ppic.org/publication/crime-trends-in-california/

California homicides jump 31% in , reaching highest total in 13 years

SACRAMENTO — 

Homicides in California jumped 31% last year, making it the deadliest year since , and Black people accounted for nearly one-third of all victims as the nation’s most populous state struggled with the COVID pandemic and concerns over racial injustice, according to reports released Thursday.

The 2, homicides last year were more than in , while the rate increased by a similar margin — from to homicides per , people.

That’s the most slayings since 2, people were killed in , and the rate is the highest since Black people make up % of California’s population but accounted for 31% of all victims last year. Latino people accounted for 45% of victims, while 16% were white.

Last year saw such a stark increase in homicides in part because the number and rate of homicides the year before were so low.

California’s homicide rate was the lowest since , and rates of violent and property crime in generally were among the lowest since the s, four experts from UC Berkeley’s California Policy Lab said in a related review focusing on cities with more than , people.

California cities generally fared better than those in other states that saw bigger per capita increases in homicides and aggravated assaults, experts said.

Yet last year, California had nearly more homicides than the next-deadliest year in the last decade — , which had 1, slayings, according to annual reports from the state attorney general’s office.

Atty. Gen. Rob Bonta said it’s unclear why homicides jumped, but he drew a connection to a % increase in sales of handguns and a % increase in long-gun sales last year. The , handguns sold represented a record, while the , rifles and shotguns were second only to

Nearly three-quarters of homicides involved a firearm, up from 69% a year earlier, while domestic-violence-related calls for assistance involving a firearm rose 42%.

“We can safely say that the pandemic had a monumental impact on daily life,” Bonta said while promoting more use of gun violence restraining orders to take firearms from those who may use guns to harm themselves or others.

“With more weapons, more economic stagnation, more desperation, I think those are all potential components and drivers of where we are today.”

He noted that California has some of the nation’s toughest firearm laws and that most people use their weapons properly, but he said the data show there is still much to do.

More than a third of homicides resulted from an argument, 28% were gang-related, nearly 7% were related to domestic violence and % were connected to a rape, robbery or burglary, his office reported.

Even with the dramatic year-over-year jump in homicides, overall violent crime rose less than 1%, according to the state reports. That’s because robberies dropped about 14% and rapes 8%, though aggravated assaults were up nearly 9% and arsons 43%.

Meanwhile, property crimes dipped % during the COVID pandemic, led by a nearly 15% drop in larceny thefts and a 4% drop in burglaries. But motor vehicle thefts jumped nearly 20% and arsons 43%.

The pandemic and its accompanying stay-at-home orders and other restrictions led to erratic changes in crime patterns last year, the UC Berkeley experts said in a report to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Committee on the Revision of the Penal Code.

“We were really surprised by the increase in homicide, but also that California is looking at worst in step with the rest of the country and is even maybe looking a little bit better than what we’re seeing nationally,“ Mia Bird, one of the experts, said Thursday. “What that tells us is that it’s not something special about California; it’s a really serious issue for California and for the rest of the country.”

Property crime also fell more in California cities compared with others nationwide that reported their rates to the FBI. However, the vehicle theft rate was higher in California cities for reasons the experts could not explain.

They cited reduced social interactions from the stay-at-home orders as the likely reason for drops in robbery, rape and larceny.

They pinned the timing of the changes in criminal behavior directly to California’s first-in-the-nation stay-at-home order when they took a closer look at the changes in Los Angeles, the state’s largest city.

“A return to normalcy post-pandemic may also rebalance California’s crime landscape,” the San Francisco-based Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice, which favors criminal justice reforms, said in a report based on the same large-city data. “ offers a unique window into the effects of isolation, job loss, business failure, and collective grief on community safety.”

Sours: https://www.latimes.com/california/story//california-homicides-jumpinthe-most-inyears
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Crime in California

Overview of crime in California, U.S.

This article refers to crime in the American state of California.

State statistics[edit]

In , there were 1,, crimes reported in California including 1, murders, 14, rapes and , property crimes.[1]:&#;9&#; In , there were 1,, arrests of adults and 43, arrests of juveniles in California.[1]:&#;20&#;

In , 1, people were victims of homicides. 30% of homicides were gang-related, 28% were due to an unspecified argument, 9% were domestic, and 7% were robbery related. The rest were unknown.[2] In the violent crime rate in California rose % and was 14th highest of the 50 states.[3]

Number of crimes per , persons in (crime rates)[4]
Violent crime rates Property crime rates[5]Total Rank
Population Violent crime Homicide Rape Robbery Serious assault Property crime Burglary Larceny Motor vehicle theft
35,, 3, 2, 11, 26
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRape[6]RobberyAggravated
assault
BurglaryLarceny
theft
Vehicle
theft
15,,,37,,2,18,18,, , 53,
19,,1,,94,1,,1,7,45,45,, , ,
23,,1,,,1,,3,13,,,, , ,
29,,1,,,1,,3,12,,,, , ,
33,,1,,,1,,2,9,60,,, , ,
37,, 1,, , , 1, 8, 58, 95, , , ,
39,, 1,, , 1,, 1, 10, 54, , , , ,
39,, 1,, , , 1, 14, 56, , , , ,
39,, 1,, , , 1, 15, 54, , , , ,
39,, 1,, , , 1, 14, 52, , , , ,

By location[edit]

Los Angeles[edit]

Main article: Crime in Los Angeles

In , Los Angeles reported homicides.[7] The number corresponds to a rate of per , population. Murders in Los Angeles have decreased since the peak year of , when the homicide rate was (per , population).[8]

Bakersfield[edit]

On 12 September , a shooting rampage was witnessed in Bakersfield, where a man killed five people and then took his life as well. The mass shooting is considered to be the third deadliest gun violence in the US in [9]

San Bruno[edit]

The mother, biological-father and step-father of a year-old girl were jailed for allegedly mistreating and kidnapping a year-old African American boy found in their daughter's closet. San Bruno Police booked them for hate crime.[10]

Legal Procedure[edit]

Further information: Criminal Procedure in California

As one of the fifty states of the United States, California follows common lawcriminal procedure. The principal source of law for California criminal procedure is the California Penal Code, Part 2, "Of Criminal Procedure."

Every year in California, approximately thousand violent crimes and 1 million property crimes are committed.[11] With a population of about 40 million people, approximately million arrests are made every year in California.[11] The California superior courts hear about , felony cases, , misdemeanor cases, and 5 million infraction cases every year.[12] There are currently , people in state prisons[13] and 70, people in county jails.[14] Of these, there are people who have been sentenced to death.[15]

Policing[edit]

Further information: List of law enforcement agencies in California

In , California had state and local law enforcement agencies.[16] Those agencies employed a total of , staff.[16] Of the total staff, 79, were sworn officers (defined as those with general arrest powers).[16]

Police ratio[edit]

In , California had police officers per , residents.[16]

Capital punishment laws[edit]

Further information: Capital punishment in California

The death penalty (also known as capital punishment) is applied in California.[17] Governor Gavin Newsom suspended the use of the death penalty in March [18]

Organized crime[edit]

Organized crime in California involves the criminal activities of organized crime groups, street gangs, criminal extremists, and terrorists in California.[19] Traditional organized crime are in the form of Cosa Nostra (LCN), Sicilian Mafia, and Camorra. Eurasian criminal networks specialize in white-collar crime, fraud, prostitution and human trafficking. Crime cells from Southeast Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe impact public safety and the state's economy.

Gangs[edit]

Gangs in California are classified into three categories: criminal street gangs, prison gangs, and outlaw motorcycle gangs. Gang operations usually include "assault, auto theft, drive-by shooting, illegal drug and narcotic manufacturing, drug and narcotic trafficking, forgery, fraud, home invasion robbery, identity theft, murder, weapons trafficking, witness intimidation, and violence against law enforcement."

Terrorism[edit]

Domestic criminal extremists include various racial supremacy groups. International terrorists include Al-Qaeda, Hamas, Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK), and Jamaat ul-Fuqra (JUF).

Notable incidents[edit]

This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by adding missing items with reliable sources.

See also[edit]

General:

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab"Crime in California"(PDF). State of California Department of Justice - OpenJustice. Archived(pdf) from the original on Retrieved
  2. ^Bulwa, Demian (July 4, ). "By the numbers: Who got killed, and why, in California last year". SFGATE.
  3. ^"Crime Trends in California". Public Policy Institute of California. Retrieved
  4. ^"US Census Bureau, median household income by state ". Archived from the original on Retrieved
  5. ^"Property Crime in America". Safe Home. Retrieved
  6. ^In , the crime of "forcible rape" was changed to "rape." The definition was expanded to include both male and female victims and reflects the various forms of sexual penetration understood to be rape.
  7. ^ California offenses known to law enforcement FBI. Retrieved August 10,
  8. ^Crime Rates
  9. ^"Gunman kills five people in California, then himself". Retrieved 13 September
  10. ^"California parents charged with hate crime after allegedly assaulting boy found in daughter's closet". 6abc. Retrieved 25 August
  11. ^ ab" California Attorney General Report"(PDF).
  12. ^" California Judicial Council Court Statistics Report"(PDF).
  13. ^"California Department of Corrections Office of Research, Population Reports". Archived from the original on Retrieved
  14. ^"California's County Jails".
  15. ^These are the inmates awaiting execution on California's death row, Los Angeles Times, Paige St. John & Maloy Moore, August 24, Retrieved November 24,
  16. ^ abcd"U.S. Department of Justice, Census of State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies, , p"(PDF). Archived from the original(PDF) on Retrieved
  17. ^"Facts about capital punishment - the death penalty". www.religioustolerance.org.
  18. ^Arango, Tim (). "California Death Penalty Suspended; Inmates Get Stay of Execution". The New York Times. ISSN&#; Retrieved
  19. ^Organized Crime in California California Department of Justice. Sacramento: Criminal Intelligence Bureau,

Further reading[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crime_in_California
California Crime Rates -
California Population and Number of Crimes  -






Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny-Vehicle
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyassaultBurglaryTheftTheft
15,,,37,,2,15,18,,,53,
16,,,38,,3,14,19,,,54,
16,,,39,,2,15,20,,,57,
17,,,42,,3,16,22,,,63,
18,,,48,,3,18,24,,,75,
18,,,52,,3,21,26,,,81,
18,,,57,,4,22,30,,,87,
19,,,67,,1,4,28,33,,,97,
19,,1,,81,1,,1,5,36,37,,,,
19,,1,,89,1,,1,7,39,42,,,,






Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny-Vehicle
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyassaultBurglaryTheftTheft
19,,1,,94,1,,1,7,41,45,,,,
20,,1,,,1,,1,7,47,48,,,,
20,,1,,,1,,1,8,48,51,,,,
20,,1,,,1,,1,8,49,56,,,,
20,,1,,,1,,1,8,52,64,,,,
21,,1,,,1,,2,8,59,67,,,,
21,,1,,,1,,2,9,59,72,,,,
21,,1,,,1,,2,10,62,78,,,,
22,,1,,,1,,2,11,68,83,,,,
22,,1,,,1,,2,12,75,93,,,,






Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny-Vehicle
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyassaultBurglaryTheftTheft
23,,1,,,1,,3,13,90,,,,,
24,,1,,,1,,3,13,93,97,,,,
24,,1,,,1,,2,12,91,94,,,,
25,,1,,,1,,2,12,85,93,,,,
25,,1,,,1,,2,11,83,97,,,,
26,,1,,,1,,2,11,86,,,,,
26,,1,,,1,,3,12,92,,,,,
27,,1,,,1,,2,12,83,,,,,
28,,1,,,1,,2,11,86,,,,,
29,,1,,,1,,3,11,96,,,,,






Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny-Vehicle
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyassaultBurglaryTheftTheft
29,,1,,,1,,3,12,,,,,,
30,,2,,,1,,3,12,,,,,,
30,,2,,,1,,3,12,,,,,,
31,,2,,,1,,4,11,,,,,,
31,,1,,,1,,3,10,,,,,,
31,,1,,,1,,3,10,,,,,,
 31,, 1,, 1,, 2, 10, 94, 
 32,, 1,, 1,, 2, 10, 81, 
 32,, 1,, 1,, 2, 9, 68, 
 33,, 1,, 1,, 2, 9, 60, 






Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny-Vehicle
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyassaultBurglaryTheftTheft
 33,, 1,, 1,, 2, 9, 60, 
 34,, 1,, 1,, 2, 9, 64,
 35,, 1,,1,, 2, 10,64, 
 35,, 1,,1,, 2, 9,63,
 35,, 1,, 1,, 2, 9, 61, 
 36,, 1,,1,, 2, 9, 63, 
36,, 1,,1,, 2, 9, 70, 
36,, 1,,1,, 2, 9, 70, 
36,, 1,,1,, 2, 8, 69, 
36,, 1,,1,, 1, 8, 64, ,






*Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny-Vehicle
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRape*RobberyassaultBurglaryTheftTheft
37,,1,,,,1,8,58,95,,,,
37,,1,,,,1,7,54,91,,,,
37,, 1,, , 1,, 1, 7, 56, 94, , , ,
38,, 1,, , 1,, 1, 7, 53, 89, , , ,
38,, 1,, , , 1, 8, 48, 91, , , ,
38,, 1,, , 1,, 1, 9, 52, 99, , , ,
39,, 1,, , 1,, 1, 13, 54, , , , ,
39,, 1,, , , 1, 14, 56, , , , ,
39,, 1,, , , 1, 15, 54, , , , ,
39,, 1,, , , 1, 14, 52, , , , ,
*Forcible Rape*
For the year and beyond the FBI report includes all genders of rape in the Forcible Rape category.  Prior to rape reports counted were by females only.
The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program is the starting place for those seeking information on crime in the nation. The UCR is produced from data received from over 18, law enforcement agencies voluntarily participating in the program. .
California Population and Rate of Crime per , People  -






Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny-Vehicle
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderrapeRobberyAssaultBurglaryTheftTheft
15,,3,3,1,
16,,3,3,1,
16,,3,3,2,
17,,3,3,2,
18,,4,3,1,2,
18,,4,4,1,2,
18,,4,4,1,2,
19,,5,4,1,2,
19,,5,5,1,3,
19,,6,5,1,3,






Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny-Vehicle
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyassaultBurglaryTheftTheft
19,,6,5,1,3,
20,,6,6,1,3,
20,,6,5,1,3,
20,,6,5,1,3,
20,,6,6,2,3,
21,,7,6,2,3,
21,,7,6,2,3,
21,,7,6,2,3,
22,,7,6,2,3,
22,,7,6,2,3,






Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny-Vehicle
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyassaultBurglaryTheftTheft
23,,7,6,2,3,
24,,7,6,2,3,
24,,7,6,2,3,
25,,6,5,1,3,
25,,6,5,1,3,
26,,6,5,1,3,
26,,6,5,1,3,
27,,6,5,1,3,
28,,6,5,1,3,
29,,6,5,1,3,1,






Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny-Vehicle
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyassaultBurglaryTheftTheft
29,,6,1,5,1,3,1,
30,,6,1,5,1,3,1,
30,,6,1,5,1,3,1,
31,,6,1,5,1,3,1,
31,,6,1,5,1,2,
31,,5,4,1,2,
 31,, 5,  4,      2,  
 32,, 4,  4,      2,  
 32,, 4,  3,      2,  
 33,, 3,  3,      1, 






Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny-Vehicle
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyassaultBurglaryTheftTheft
 33,, 3,  3,     1, 
34,, 3,  3,      2,  
 35,, 3,  3,      2,  
 35,, 4,  3,      2,  
 35,, 3,  3,      2, 
 36,, 3,  3,     1, 
 36,, 3,  3,    1, 
 36,, 3, 3,    1, 
36,, 3, 2,    1, 
36,, 3,2,  1, 






*Forcible
Aggravated
Larceny-Vehicle
YearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRape*RobberyassaultBurglaryTheftTheft
37,,3,2,1,
37,,2,2,1,
37,, 3, 2, 1,
38,, 3, 2, 1,
38,, 2, 2, 1,
38,, 3, 2, 1,
39,, 2, 2, 1,
39,, 2, 2, 1,
39,, 2, 2, 1,
39,, 2, 2, 1,
 DisasterCenter.com developed the  following table to rank the rates of crime in California over time in relation to the rates of crime of other States .  This new way to examine fluctuations in the crime rate reveals patterns that are important for law enforcement executives, students of criminal justice, researchers, members of the media, and the public at large seeking information on crime in the nation..  *Forcible Rape*
For the year and beyond the FBI report includes all genders of rape in the Forcible Rape category.  Prior to rape reports counted were by females only.

California Population and Rate of Crime Rank Compared to other States

StateYearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyAssaultBurglaryLarcenyVehicle
California112227227223
California122226146224
California122223444124
California122224146225
California123224247123
California116121248112
California116125258123
California116123255123
California115124255113
California115122155113
StateYearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyAssaultBurglaryLarcenyVehicle
California115123255124
California115121357123
California115119257123
California136319367233
California147423376454
California147419368476
California133315365375
California13358244385
California144483442103
California14457334293
StateYearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyAssaultBurglaryLarcenyVehicle
California144552433104
California145573453116
California1345104393115
California134485372126
California164769284115
California1849711299123
California1738611349134
California173117104211153
California16389124210121
California15387155311131
StateYearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyAssaultBurglaryLarcenyVehicle
California16395194311192
California14386203511201
California1438423367211
California1428426356211
California183125294510242
California1136185273612282
California1196229274719352
California12273013316820375
California127932193371024386
California1291034203471127407
StateYearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyAssaultBurglaryLarcenyVehicle
California13093316317926407
California129833143061025395
California1271028123161025385
California1261026103261025384
California124122593761622353
California1241426113951723375
California1261429124141823374
California1261329174051725383
California1261425164151925403
California1281629184351926422
StateYearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyAssaultBurglaryLarcenyVehicle
California1281730204151925391
California1281830204561926411
California 1 25 16 24 18 45 5 19 24 38 1
California 1 25 18 27 21 44 3 21 20 39 1
California 1 27 17 29 23 40 4 21 23 38 2
California 1 23 13 25 22 37 3 21 21 28 1
California 1 25 15 27 26 35 4 19 23 29 2
StateYearPopulationIndexViolentPropertyMurderRapeRobberyAssaultBurglaryLarcenyVehicle
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Convicted of murder, but a police officer pulled the trigger

Before his eyes appeared the face of the woman whom he idolized. To which he masturbated, pretending that she was his woman. This face was in tears, the eyes were sad, they read all that mental pain that tormented the woman's soul.

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Returning from school, I immediately pounced on her. And then came a completely predictable moment when, in a fit of passion, I tried to take her in the ass, remembering. How easily she gave herself to that guy. Olga seemed to be shocked, she immediately jumped out and sat down on the bed. There was not the slightest bit of passion in her eyes, her gaze was a little scared, but very serious.



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