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South Carolina 2004 Property Crime Rate

2004 Property Crime Rate in Largest Cities


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Columbia7,805
2.Charleston5,321
3.North Charleston7,684
4.Rock Hill5,213
5.Mt. Pleasant2,396
6.Greenville7,403
7.Sumter7,721
8.Spartanburg9,203
9.Summerville3,919
10.Hilton HeadN/A
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Cities with Lowest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Goose Creek2,275
2.Mt. Pleasant2,396
3.Clemson2,566
4.Fountain Inn2,807
5.Irmo2,919
6.Mauldin3,279
7.Greer3,725
8.Ft. Mill3,799
9.Summerville3,919
10.North Augusta4,110
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Cities with Highest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Myrtle Beach22,121
2.Lake City14,117
3.North Myrtle Beach12,029
4.Florence11,959
5.Hartsville11,214
6.Conway10,306
7.Darlington9,620
8.Lancaster9,306
9.Spartanburg9,203
10.Dillon8,758
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Cities with Lowest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Lincolnville112
2.Ridgeville276
3.Holly Hill789
4.Scranton804
5.Branchville840
6.Fairfax901
7.Varnville913
8.Tega Cay993
9.West Pelzer1,001
10.Coward1,049
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Cities with Highest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Santee60,899
2.Chapin32,366
3.Hardeeville26,158
4.Myrtle Beach22,121
5.Swansea15,356
6.Hemingway15,229
7.Lake City14,117
8.North Myrtle Beach12,029
9.Florence11,959
10.Aynor11,745
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