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The Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas held a press conference Sunday to announce a significant decline in auto thefts in the Valley. Thomas, this led to the fight against crime and illegal immigration. A statement from the Maricopa County prosecutor press said: “The figures recently by the spectacle of the National Insurance Crime Bureau, which declined from 2006 to 2008, the Phoenix area have until the 4th in the nation, published in the 19 car theft in the nation. “The report says the number of auto thefts per 100,000 population declined by 36 percent, from 979 in 2006 to 602 in 2008. Vehicle theft dropped 46 percent since 2004, the report said. In 2006, one Thomas Office Theft Auto in his office, which formed more than 3,000 defendants with a conviction of an average 90 percent more. Thomas said that this, combined with efforts by the Office of the Maricopa County sheriff, against illegal immigration to take, can be directly attributed to the sharp decline in auto theft Valley. “Law enforcement can be proud of the remarkable decline in car theft, we have achieved,” said Thomas. “In other border states, this success has proved elusive. The connection between crime and illegal immigration can not be ignored. Progress is possible if we have a two-pronged approach to fight against these problems.”