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West Virginia 2004 Property Crime Rate

2004 Property Crime Rate in Largest Cities


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Charleston7,812
2.Huntington7,087
3.ParkersburgN/A
4.WheelingN/A
5.MorgantownN/A
6.WeirtonN/A
7.Fairmont2,311
8.BeckleyN/A
9.Clarksburg5,076
10.MartinsburgN/A
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Cities with Lowest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Grafton540
2.Buckhannon1,456
3.New Martinsville1,781
4.Fairmont2,311
5.Keyser2,694
6.Hurricane2,784
7.Bluefield3,272
8.Bridgeport3,311
9.St. Albans3,429
10.Nitro3,523
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Cities with Highest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Charleston7,812
2.Huntington7,087
3.South Charleston5,459
4.Clarksburg5,076
5.Dunbar4,892
6.Elkins3,717
7.Nitro3,523
8.St. Albans3,429
9.Bridgeport3,311
10.Bluefield3,272
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Cities with Lowest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Athens0
2.Berkeley Springs0
3.Granville0
4.Mannington0
5.Masontown0
6.Matewan0
7.McMechen0
8.Petersburg0
9.Paden City72
10.Sophia78
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Cities with Highest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Logan16,334
2.Charleston7,812
3.Huntington7,087
4.Point Pleasant5,627
5.South Charleston5,459
6.Clarksburg5,076
7.Kenova4,960
8.Dunbar4,892
9.Welch4,856
10.Spencer4,762
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