Crime is up 44% in New York City this year and 36% in Chicago — both Democrat-controlled cities.
Shoplifting crews have targeted 3 Ulta Beauty stores so far this week, according to CPD reports. None has been arrested.
But a woman who allegedly worked solo to steal purses worth $4,647 from an Oak Street boutique was not so lucky.https://t.co/vB1MBOQADr
— CWBChicago (@CWBChicago) April 7, 2022
One in six Americans or their family members were victims of crime in the past 12 months.
Never forget that Democrats believe “defunding the police” is a good idea.
As Biden is speaking to city leaders today, do not forget Democrats pushed to defund the police – here is 7 minutes of it. pic.twitter.com/lrY2hd0nlD
— GOP (@GOP) March 14, 2022
Tippin Sights reported:
Gut-wrenching crime has been a staple diet in America. Generally speaking, crime in the U.S. increased during the pandemic across the nation.
The trend in 2022 is pointing up, and crime statistics are shocking.
New York City received 29,608 crime complaints in 2022, up from 20,543 in the same period in 2021, a 44% increase. Many New Yorkers are afraid to take the subway.
Chicago had 12,665 complaints in 2022, up from 9,339 in the same period in 2021, a 36% increase. 2021 was the deadliest year in a quarter-century and one of the most violent years…
…In a Golden/TIPP Poll conducted in early March, one in six Americans (16.6%) or their family members has been victims of crime in the past twelve months.