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North Carolina 2004 Violent Crime Rate

2004 Violent Crime Rate in Largest Cities


Rank2004 Violent Crime Rate
1.CharlotteN/A
2.Raleigh580
3.Greensboro735
4.Durham775
5.Winston-Salem782
6.Fayetteville825
7.Cary93
8.Wilmington930
9.High Point718
10.Asheville674
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Cities with Lowest 2004 Violent Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2004 Violent Crime Rate
1.Pinehurst46
2.Cary93
3.Morrisville103
4.Black Mountain143
5.Holly Springs147
6.Boone150
7.Jacksonville159
8.Cornelius170
9.Havelock188
10.Archdale202
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Cities with Highest 2004 Violent Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2004 Violent Crime Rate
1.Lumberton1,330
2.Spring Lake1,242
3.Oxford1,170
4.Wadesboro1,137
5.Smithfield1,108
6.Kinston1,097
7.Dunn1,093
8.Gastonia1,085
9.Shelby1,081
10.Roxboro1,007
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Cities with Lowest 2004 Violent Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2004 Violent Crime Rate
1.Bailey0
2.Biltmore Forest0
3.Candor0
4.Holden Beach0
5.Lake Lure0
6.Laurel Park0
7.McAdenville0
8.Newland0
9.North Topsail Beach0
10.Pinebluff0
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Cities with Highest 2004 Violent Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2004 Violent Crime Rate
1.Bladenboro2,934
2.Fairmont1,724
3.White Lake1,685
4.Sylva1,582
5.Zebulon1,405
6.East Spencer1,401
7.Pineville1,373
8.Lumberton1,330
9.Mt. Olive1,316
10.Plymouth1,281
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