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Old 02-26-2009, 12:50 PM
 
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I've lived in San Antonio for about 1 year and I'm seriously thinking of moving back to where I used to live (Illinois). I live in a pretty nice neighborhood/apartment complex and since I've been here there have been thefts and an apartment broken into in broad daylight. A friend of mine lives in another area that's pretty nice and her car was stolen recently. I've researched different apartments and checked specifically for blogs/comments of apartment dwellers online and most of them site that there are burglaries, cars being broken into, etc. I really like this town and what it has to offer, but I don't feel safe in my own home!
*Knocks on wood*

I've lived in SA a pretty good while and the only thing that's ever happened to me was a couple of years ago someone broke into my car, parked in the back area of a restaurant, and stole my cell. It's odd how many can go years even decades without something happening and others seem to have it happen to them seemingly constantly. Were you a bad person in another life? j/k

My advice, find an apartment complex that you like and is near crime free status.
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Old 02-26-2009, 07:48 PM
 
Location: South Side
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I think it was! *lol*
I thought it was Harlem...??? but i could be wrong....nevermind maybe it was East St Louis....darn all those sequels!
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Old 11-13-2010, 09:33 AM
 
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Did any body know what hapened in San Miguel at canyon springs
something like broken cars and helds???
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Old 11-13-2010, 01:01 PM
 
Location: Ringgold
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One of my friends works a part time job at the convenience store, says he sees all his customers in a newspaper called The Slammer. He says they have no idea that everyone else knows what they did. I just laugh.
I agree that violent crimes are low, but over all crime is high. I think it just depends on where you live and how careful you are not to put your self in a bad situation. And you might be over paranoid. Nothing has ever happened to me or anyone I know. But others just have a horrible time and tell me my car will get stolen before I shut the door. I don't see it ...
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