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Maryland 2002 Property Crime Rate

2002 Property Crime Rate in Largest Cities


Rank2002 Property Crime Rate
1.Baltimore6,264
2.ColumbiaN/A
3.Silver SpringN/A
4.DundalkN/A
5.Frederick3,777
6.GaithersburgN/A
7.Wheaton-GlenmontN/A
8.RockvilleN/A
9.Ellicott CityN/A
10.GermantownN/A
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Cities with Lowest 2002 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2002 Property Crime Rate
1.Ocean Pines795
2.Glenarden1,321
3.Taneytown1,476
4.Thurmont1,615
5.Hampstead1,726
6.Frostburg2,293
7.La Plata2,296
8.Brunswick2,419
9.District Heights3,713
10.Frederick3,777
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Cities with Highest 2002 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2002 Property Crime Rate
1.Ocean City17,181
2.Bladensburg8,892
3.Greenbelt6,942
4.Elkton6,666
5.Cambridge6,368
6.Laurel6,296
7.Baltimore6,264
8.Hyattsville6,099
9.Mt. Rainier6,074
10.Aberdeen5,980
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Cities with Lowest 2002 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2002 Property Crime Rate
1.Lonaconing564
2.Oxford756
3.Ocean Pines795
4.Sykesville1,017
5.Westernport1,291
6.Glenarden1,321
7.Manchester1,341
8.Forest Heights1,426
9.Taneytown1,476
10.Thurmont1,615
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Cities with Highest 2002 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2002 Property Crime Rate
1.Ocean City17,181
2.Edmonston12,146
3.Bladensburg8,892
4.Fruitland7,560
5.Greenbelt6,942
6.Elkton6,666
7.Princess Anne6,420
8.Cambridge6,368
9.Laurel6,296
10.Baltimore6,264
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