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Two maps of Detroit on different sides of the globe

Question asked by masnaran on Jun 15, 2017
Latest reply on Jun 22, 2017 by Dan_Patterson

Hello,
I'm a bit new to GIS and am having a bit of an issue
I have a .csv that i have converted into a feature class- the feature class displays correctly(it is a map of all robberies in Detroit in a given  year).  
I also have a .shp that is all of the locations of the lights in the same city- it also displays correctly, but in a completely different part of the map.
When I add a basemap, the .shp points are all in the correct city, while the .csv created feature class is out in the Atlantic ocean.
I have ensured that all the layers and the data frame are using the same geo reference systems.

I'm at a bit of a loss here.

I've attached both the .shp in a zip and the .csv I'm working with.  Any help would be much appreciated.  

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