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Calif. and McAllen 284% and 345% of the population lived below the poverty line that year Both were among the highest rates for any metro area in the country However Roman noted that the state of the local economy is often "less related than you might think it might be" to perceptions of safety Instead perceptions of where an area is heading might be more important Certain parts of the country that are improving "might be poorer than average but theres a sense of optimism theres a sense of development" he explained MORE: Ten Cities Where Young People Cant Find Work Not surprisingly residents in these areas also reported being unhappy with where they lived Across the United States 85% of residents told Gallup they felt satisfied with where they lived In nine of the 10 metro areas where residents felt least safe residents had lower satisfaction rates In Stockton just 733% of people surveyed were satisfied with the area the second lowest rate in the country To determine the 10 metro areas where people felt most unsafe walking alone at night 24/7 Wall St reviewed figures from the Gallup-Healthways Well Being Index Responses were collected for the index over 2012 and 2013 To determine how recorded crime rates actually aligned with citizens opinions of these areas we considered figures published in the FBIs Uniform Crime Report for 2012 Unemployment rates are from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for December 2013 and are seasonally adjusted Other figures such as poverty rates education and income are from the Census Bureaus 2012 American Community Survey Population figures are from 2012 as well These are the cities where Americans dont feel safe 5 Modesto Calif > Pct feel safe at night: 542% > Pct without money for shelter: 142%% (10th highest) > Violent crime rate: 5494 per 100000 (48th highest) > Poverty rate: 203% (64th highest) > Population: 523330 (124th highest) With relatively high crime rates Modesto residents are not likely to feel completely at ease walking alone at night Motor vehicle theft was particularly bad in the area with more than 780 incidents per 100000 residents in 2012 second worst nationwide Like many metro areas where people feel unsafe Modestos economy has been strained in recent years The unemployment rate was an abysmal 123% at the end of last year among the highest rates nationwide More than one in five residents lived in poverty in 2012 also among the highest rates in the nation More than 14% of respondents said they had enough money for shelter at all times in the past 12 months among the worst rates in the country 4 Columbus Ga-Ala > Pct feel safe at night: 542% > Pct without money for shelter: 148% (7th highest) > Violent crime rate: 4374 per 100000 (99th highest) > Poverty rate: 187% (102nd highest) > Population: 304291 (182nd highest) Like in many of the cities in which people do not feel safe 148% of Columbus residents said that they did not have enough money for adequate shelter within the past year among the 10 worst rates in the country A high percentage of people in the area struggled economically The areas median household income was less than $43000 in 2012 versus more than $51000 nationwide Additionally the area had one of the nations highest portions of residents on food stamps at 206% that year The region also had 1663 robberies per 100000 people in 2012 among the highest rates in the nation and 47786 property crimes per 100000 people worse than all but just five other metro areas in the country 3 Stockton Calif > Pct feel safe at night: 522% > Pct without money for shelter: 125% (tied for 34th highest) > Violent crime rate: 8893 per 100000 (6th highest) > Poverty rate: 184% (108th highest) > Population: 702670 (97th highest) Stockton had 889 incidents of violent crime for every 100000 residents in 2012 higher than all but a handful of metro areas nationwide That year there were 89 murders or 127 per 100000 residents among the highest rates in the nation Cases of aggravated assault and robbery were also extremely frequent Violent crime was such a problem in Stockton that year that the citys police declared a policy of immediately dispatching officers only in cases of violent crimes and crimes in progress The city of Stockton which is currently working on plans to exit from bankruptcy has lost police officers in recent years due to a combination of layoffs and retirements At the end of 2013 12% of the areas workforce was unemployed While this was down from 16% two years before it was still among the worst unemployment rates in the nation 2 Yakima Wash > Pct feel safe at night: 513% > Pct without money for shelter: 125% (tied for 34th highest) > Violent crime rate: 3494 per 100000 (172nd highest) > Poverty rate: 231% (29th highest) > Population: 249564 (178th lowest) While Yakima residents often felt unsafe walking home alone at night the areas violent crime rate was actually lower than the national rate Property crime however remains a problem Despite Yakima Countys Crimestoppers grassroots organization which encourages citizens to report crimes the area had 12177 burglaries per 100000 people in 2012 and 6732 car thefts per 100000 people both among the highest rates in the country Like most metro areas in which residents do not feel safe walking alone at night Yakima is struggling economically Nearly one-quarter of the areas residents had to rely on food stamps for at least part of 2012 and 231% of residents lived in poverty in 2012 both among the worst rates in the country MORE: Americas Most Miserable Cities 1 McAllen-Edinburg-Mission Texas > Pct feel safe at night: 485% > Pct without money for shelter: 245% (the highest) > Violent crime rate: 3192 per 100000 (160th lowest) > Poverty rate: 345% (2nd highest) > Population: 809759 (90th highest) McAllen was the only metro area in which less than half of all respondents felt safe walking home alone at night This was despite the fact that McAllen actually had a lower violent crime rate than the United States overall in 2012 at just 319 incidents per 100000 residents versus 387 crimes for 100000 residents nationally However violence along the border with Mexico remains a concern for many McAllen residents The State Department warns against traveling to the neighboring city of Reynosa Mexico due to high levels of drug-related violence Additionally nearly 25% of residents stated they did not have enough money for adequate shelter at some point in the previous year by far the most of any metro area A lack of adequate shelter may be tied to the relatively low economic prosperity in the region In 2012 345% of residents lived below the poverty line and the median household income was just $33761 both among the worst in the nation Visit 24/7 Wall St to see the remaining five cities where Americans don’t feel safe More from 24/7 Wall St The Most Educated Cities in the World The Happiest Countries on Earth Contact us at [email protected] Harden 19 was arrested Tuesday after a search warrant was served at the home and officials seized the fentanyl valued at about $500000 according to the South Dakota Attorney General’s OfficeSara Rabern public information officer for the Attorney General’s Office said she believed the seizure was the largest confiscation of fentanyl South Dakota has ever seen"When I saw that number I actually at first thought it might be a typo" Rabern saidRabern referenced another recent fentanyl case in which Jacob Hubbs 20 of Mitchell was arrested after police allegedly found 1000 pills at his residence near Dry Run Creek Park"That was 1000 pills and this is substantially more" Rabern said "At the time we thought 1000 seemed like a lot"Rabern declined to say why a search warrant had been issued for the home which she believed to be Harden’s addressOne officer involved in the seizure was treated for exposure to fentanyl but Rabern said he was not showing symptoms of an overdose and was only hospitalized as a precautionAccording to Rabern law enforcement agencies around the nation have reported officers who became symptomatic after touching fentanyl which is a substance similar to heroin that can be absorbed through the skinRabern did not say how the officer came in contact with the substance but she confirmed he has been released from the hospitalHarden was charged with possession of fentanyl with intent to distribute a Class 4 felony punishable upon conviction by up to 10 years in prison and a $20000 fineThe arrest was made through a cooperation between local state and federal officials comprised of the Chamberlain Police Department the FBI’s Safe Trails Drug Task Force and the South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation"I think they would all say it’s a joint effort" Rabern said "The locals especially those smaller agencies have a lot of work on their plate and I’m sure if you ask them they appreciate having the state and fed guys coming to help as well and vice versa"Credit: SWNSA murder investigation has been opened after a man died at a swingers party in Surrey Police and paramedics were called to the mansion in Headey at around 230am on Monday in response to a call about a disturbance A man in his 30s was found unconscious and was pronounced dead at the scene There are also reports that others were injured at the partyCredit: SWNS According to the Mirror the swinging pool party costs £75 a ticket and has attracted 500 people to the Surrey village One neighbour told the Mirror: "You could see people coming from the house covered in those foil blankets and obviously extremely distressed" Police visited the same property earlier in the day to tell the guests to keep the noise down No arrests have been made yet and the dead man has not been formally identified Based on data gathered by the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, according to the database. meetings of businesses and charitable groups. 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