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Report ranks Louisville's Smoketown neighborhood in top 25 of most dangerous neighborhoods

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Report ranks Louisville's Smoketown neighborhood in top 25 of...

October 5th, 2010 @ 1:44AM (12 years ago)

I'm consulting the crystal ball and forsee some ileads tom foolery in the near future

Report ranks Louisville's Smoketown neighborhood in top 25 of...

October 5th, 2010 @ 8:43AM (12 years ago)

No kidding, I guess you foks on the Mayor's Stat Driven Task Force know where you will be starting tomorrow. Welcome to Shelby Park

Report ranks Louisville's Smoketown neighborhood in top 25 of...

October 6th, 2010 @ 2:50PM (12 years ago)

But wait, King Jerry and his puppet clown Chief have all touted the success of the battle on crime in Louisville. How can this be? Crime is going down according to our gracious king and his court. Just ask Greg Fischer, he reports that the great puppet clown Chief is doing so well if elected he will keep him and his circus around. Wow my vision of posiblity city is shattered, quiclkly we need a new park or bike path or even a day with the mayor hiking and biking to solve this dilemma!!!!!!!!!

Report ranks Louisville's Smoketown neighborhood in top 25 of...

October 6th, 2010 @ 10:35PM (12 years ago)

Louisville may have a few dangerous neighborhoods, but the crime is relatively mild compared to Chicago. Their bad neighborhoods cover more land and people than the old Louisville city limits. There are murderers in every city, but in a city like that they usually get together and make a business out of it. If they had Louisville's crime rate they'd lay off 2/3 of the Chicago police.