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Youngstown sees less crime in 2012

January 4, 2013

YOUNGSTOWN — Police Chief Rod Foley says numbers from 2012 are showing that overall crime is trending down in the city....

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BavarianOtto

Jan-05-13 6:22 PM

"less crime in 2012." I feel better now...I can walk the streets of Warren with the knowledge that I am safer than I was last year" Try reading the article first dumb butt! So quick on the draw to make a dumb reply that you misread the article, it's about Y-town you moron!

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dartin

Jan-05-13 9:31 AM

How interesting, reader's can comment on this story but not the stories related to the 25 year old father of 9 murdered New Years day.

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Cincin

Jan-04-13 7:31 PM

Youngstown lost 20% of it's population between the 2000 and 2010 census. On top of that the thugs (thankfully) cancel each other out at a pretty steady rate. So, all in all, I guess crime would be down. There's hardly anyone left in the place. Most of it looks like a ghost town. Youngstown's crime rate is dropping due to a decades long war of attrition against the decent people who tried to raise families and make the place their home. It's comical that YPD is trying to claim credit for the falling crime rate. They should hang their heads in shame at the way they allowed that city to be decimated by the trash who took over.

I hope Warren is taking note. Warren's crime rate will start to fall too when all of the thugs cannibalize each other or there are no decent people left for them to victimize. There is only so much people are willing to take before they walk away and let the trash have it all.

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AFRET1

Jan-04-13 7:26 PM

You're right, Artic...oops.

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Zenieth

Jan-04-13 7:00 PM

Actually the city ranks at the top as being one of the worst places to live in the United States. That's pretty sad.

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ArticWoof

Jan-04-13 6:47 PM

The article was about Youngstown,,,,not Warren.

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AFRET1

Jan-04-13 5:05 PM

"...less crime in 2012." I feel better now...I can walk the streets of Warren with the knowledge that I am safer than I was last year, that things are getting better? Who writes this BS? Convention & Visitor's Bureau?

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MRRJytown

Jan-04-13 10:22 AM

and 2013 has started out with a real bang!

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Ihateusblues

Jan-04-13 10:21 AM

Well I guess people in Warren are trying to change those statistics really fast in 2013.

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insider

Jan-04-13 10:08 AM

To paraphrase John Adams: “Our system of governing was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the governing of any other.”

All the policing, security cameras, alarm systems, or anti poverty programs in the world, can't bring civility to a community which has no moral compass.

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pahootaman

Jan-04-13 9:31 AM

Crimes to population, that's nearly 10%. That's pretty awful.

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CitizenZero

Jan-04-13 6:24 AM

Pay no attention to the man behind that curtain!

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