NC crime rate hits 33-year low
Crime rates declined or held steady across the state and locally again in 2010, but it's a positive trend that may not last in a climate of budget cutting and layoffs, Attorney General Roy Cooper warned Wednesday.
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#1 Jun 30, 2011
Um, riiiight. In the middle of a recession/depression, in the summertime, crime is low? I say "LIAR"!
People don't have jobs, they don't have food, they are angry and hungry. And you are telling me they are peaceful? BULLSHIT!
Since: Oct 09
#2 Jun 30, 2011
I think a lot of people have given up on reporting things like theft, etc. It doesn't mean it isn't happening ~~ it's just that not as many people go to the trouble of calling the police & reporting it.
#3 Jul 1, 2011
Exactly, especially when police don't even respond to small crime anymore.
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