Wodonga crime at a five-year peak with family violence orders behind much of the jump

By Anthony Bunn
Updated October 1 2015 - 7:29pm, first published 6:09pm
VIGILANCE: Acting Superintendent Dave Ryan says police are more active around family violence investigations and prosecutions.
VIGILANCE: Acting Superintendent Dave Ryan says police are more active around family violence investigations and prosecutions.

CRIME has hit its highest level in Wodonga in five years, with domestic violence law-breakers largely sparking the jump.

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