Roaming the mean streets of Cleveland can be dangerous. Car theft, assaults, robberies, the sight of Jimmy Dimora's backside — these are all problems the everyday citizen has to deal with for the privilege of living in the Paris of the Midwest.
But just how dangerous is Cleveland? One of the ten most dangerous in America, says an annual breakdown of FBI crime stats by the USA Today. The full list can be found here if you want to delve into the topic more.
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