Car theft is up 210% in the Seattle area.
“The frustrating thing is nobody is being caught”… If they were caught the little turds would be released back to the streets just to pick up where they left off.
One day someone is going take care of the “problem” and that person will most likely be charged with murder.
Happy Anniversary @Jamey1
Happy Anniversary Brother J 1 !
Kararal and Don … thanks
@Jamey1 Happy Anniversary, and yes you’re correct about a person defending themselves against a car jacking most likely would be charged.
The 'GOOD GUY’S" are the TARGETS!
The ‘Crim’s’ get FREE REIGN to do whatever damage they please.
This Country will implode very soon…‘Act Accordingly’
Unless, just like that progressive councilwoman in Minneapolis, karma will point at one of the rich and powerful.
I think the thing about all this that bothers me the most it is ALL appears to be by design!!!
What does anyone bet when they (the left probably but some who claim to be right as well)…
will suddenly say IF you give us more power we will crack down on this stuff???
sadly IMHO there will be many that say OK…
Happy Anniversary good sir!
Yup! 40% Brother
A testament to the effectiveness of local government.
Seattle ranks in the 50 most dangerous cities in America. Most of the crimes that are committed in this city are property crimes, with a heavier than average focus on vehicular theft or assault through vehicles. Car thefts, car vandalisms, and even hit and runs are far more common here than they typically are. Seattle’s suburbs have been struggling with both meth and heroin addiction. Sadly, the once-quiet neighborhood of Northgate is one of the areas that is most heavily affected by the addiction epidemic. Along with high overdose rates, Northgate locals regularly find themselves in violent situations.
With a crime rate that is several times higher than many neighborhoods of Newark or Detroit, it’s safe to say that you should avoid this area at all costs.
Thankful to have visited Seattle before the 2016 presidential election.