Thank you for the update Doug. As I said when I suggested propertymaps.com, you must double check items that are a concern. This is a perfect case in point. Somewhere in a data base that pulls together numbers "something" is causing this erroneous data. As far back as the 1960's it was an axium in the computer world :GIGO. Garbage In, Garbage Out. We have become so dependent on our "click to answer" computers that sometimes we forget to double check.
I will forward this info to propertymaps.com and see if they can trace the error. My suspicion is that the number is buried somewhere in a data base that they pull from somewhere else. I have seen myself when a certain set of data points are attributed to one city but are really from another with the same name, different state.
Thanks again for double checking!
Never rely on only one source for your information. If a certain issue concerns you make sure you double check with another source, preferably official.
You may also call the CC County Sheriff's department directly at 877-308-5248 and ask for the crime prevention specialist for the Alamo area.