Here Are The 12 Safest And Most Peaceful Places To Live In West Virginia
Do you live in one of safest communities in West Virginia? According to FBI crime statistics from 2012, here they are in no particular order. All of these towns reported no violent crimes, meaning no murder or non-negligent homicides, forcible rapes, robberies or aggravated assaults.
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There was no crime in this Preston County town in 2012, according to the FBI.
No crime — property or violent — was reported in this town in Ohio County, which has about 562 people.
Triadelphia in Ohio County had no violent crime and only one property crime - a burglary — reported in 2012, according to the FBI.
One theft was reported for year 2012 and no violent crimes were reported, according to the FBI. Lumberport is in Harrison County.
5. Capon Bridge
There were no violent crimes and no property crimes in 2012 for this Hampshire County town. It also has a small population — 351 according to the FBI data.
6. New Cumberland
Only one burglary and no violent crimes were reported in New Cumberland in Hancock County in 2012.
No crime in this Mercer County community in 2012, according to the FBI. It has about 227 people.
There was no crime in this Mineral County town in 2012, according to the FBI.
There were no violent crimes or property crimes in this Harrison County town in 2012, according to the FBI.
No crime in this city of about 600 people in Preston County, according to the FBI.
There was no crime in this Marion County community in 2012, according to the FBI. The town has a little more than 1000 people.
12. Paden City
Only one burglary and no violent crimes were reported in Paden City in Tyler and Wetzel counties in 2012, according to the FBI.
Were you surprised by this list of safe cities in West Virginia? Were there any cities that you thought would be on the list but aren’t? Let me know in the comments.
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