Special Report

American Cities With the Most Property Crime in Every State

Samuel Stebbins

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11. Hawaii: Honolulu
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 2,941.5 (state: 2,870.3)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 28,886 (70.8% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 3,577 (63.5% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 4,191 (74.2% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 11.3%

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12. Idaho: Lewiston
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 3,056.2 (state: 1,461.4)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 1,007 (3.9% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 140 (2.8% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 63 (3.2% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 14.5%

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13. Illinois: Lansing
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 5,465.2 (state: 1,932.8)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 1,525 (0.6% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 116 (0.3% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 108 (0.6% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 14.6%

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14. Indiana: Mishawaka
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 5,120.7 (state: 2,179.3)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 2,525 (1.7% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 248 (1.0% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 245 (1.6% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 16.2%

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15. Iowa: No city data available
> 2018 state property crime rate: 1,691.5 incidents per 100,000 people
> Number of property crimes statewide in 2018: 53,385
> Burglaries statewide in 2018: 11,127
> Vehicle thefts statewide in 2018: 4,687
> Iowa poverty rate: 11.7%