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Posted by Michelle Dellino | Sep 01, 2015 | 0 Comments


Tukwila, WA is listed as the 2nd most dangerous city in the United States, according to a recent report. An online news article describes this new discovery. is the home security consultant group that issued the report and utilized FBI statistics for research. Data reportedly shows that in 2013 there were 8.29 violent crimes and 167.42 property crimes for every 1,000 people in Tukwila.  These numbers put Tukwila as the second most dangerous city in the country, second to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Reportedly, the national average is 3.67 incidents of violent crimes and 27.30 property crimes per 1,000 people, highlighting that Tukwila's numbers are significant and alarming.  Of note, there may be some skewed variables to consider about the study. Namely, the report indicates some cities that have been noted on other lists were removed from consideration due to the FBI not receiving complete crime data.

Nevertheless, seeing a local city top the list of most dangerous in the United States is alarming and unfortunate. For more details on the SafeWise report, please click here.

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About the Author

Michelle Dellino

Michelle Dellino is the Managing Attorney of Dellino Law Group. The firm was founded on her belief that there is, very simply, a solution to every problem. Her personal practice focuses on complex family law matters including high conflict cases; high asset and long term marriage dissolution; cases involving business owners, IT, and medical professionals; domestic violence family law; and preparing cohabitation, prenuptial, and postnuptial agreements. Both a trained mediator and former criminal trial attorney, she has the skills and experience to take a case anywhere it needs to go, whether that is a creative settlement or intensive courtroom litigation. In her free time she chases her four dogs and two cats, loves the New York Yankees because mediocrity is not tolerated in pinstripes, and travels as often as she can.


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