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Old 10-11-2010, 10:39 AM
 
Location: BOYNTON BEACH
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Fort lauderdale- 4

Pompano Beach- 8

West Palm Beach- 13

Riviera Beach- 12

Hollywood- 4

Boynton Beach- 4

Delray Beach- 5

Lauderdale Lakes- 5

Belle Glade- 3

Miramar- 4

Wellington- 4

Lake Worth- 3

Pembroke Pines- 2

Pembroke Park(West Park)- 2

Palm Beach & Broward County Totals...There are more but some other cities have very low numbers. SunSentinel has whats called a South Florida Homicide Database. And I added one or two to cities because website was not yet updated. Im shocked about Fort Lauderdale they been calm but I do believe they will add on just a few numbers before end of year. West Palm Bch, Riviera Bch, Pompano Bch will add on between 2-5 numbers a piece before New Years.

Broward County Total (Including All Cities): 38 Improved

Palm Beach County Total (Including All Cities): 65

Orange County Total (Including All Cities): 54
If you Google Orlando Area Murder Map it will pop up under the "Orlando Sentinel."
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Old 10-11-2010, 11:14 AM
 
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Not sure why posted to Tampa Bay but just to say that Pompano probably includes all that domestic violence out in Coral Springs.

Besides which you might show the population size of each area next to the murder numbers to get a better read on what you're looking at because probably saying that Fort Lauderdale had 4 and Wellington had 4 means that percentage wise there's a lot more trouble in suburbia.
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Old 10-11-2010, 11:18 AM
 
Location: Tampa
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Too bad Tampa isn't South Florida.
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Old 10-12-2010, 01:43 AM
 
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Homicides aren't a great way to get a picture of an area's overall crime, as the vast majority of homicides aren't random acts like other crimes are such as robbery or auto theft.
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