Police figures show a 33.3% rise in road deaths in Aberdeenshire as a whole between last April and March this year, with 28 lives lost during the 12-month period.
In East Garioch housebreaking rose by 15.4% from 26 recorded cases to 30 and common theft from 47 to 60.
Drug possession offences also rose from 10 cases to 14 and vandalism from 41 to 49.
The number of minor assaults dropped from 66 cases to 42, with only one serious assault reported in the whole year.
In Inverurie and district, police recorded falls in housebreaking, vandalism, motor vehicle crime and crimes of dishonesty, however drug possession cases rose from 38 to 46.
There were also four reported serious assaults, up on the previous year’s two.
In West Garioch cases of housebreaking dropped from 17 to 14 as did motor vehicle crime, which fell from 23 incidents to 13.
However, the number of minor assaults increased from 46 to 57, common theft from 41 to 42 and vandalism from 44 to 52.
In Westhill and district, crimes of dishonesty went down from 113 cases to 101, break-ins dropped 50% from 20 incidents to 10 while common thefts rose from 32 to 38.
Minor assaults in the area rose by 10.8% from 37 incidents to 41 and motor vehicle crime fell from 34 incidents to 27.