This City is the #1 Most Violent in the Entire State of Texas
Property crimes more than doubled in Tyler, going from 731 to 1,965 property crimes. Although it is nowhere near as violent as the #1 spot, it's still making it on the top 10 list, so be aware of your surroundings in this town.
There were 657 violent crimes reported in 2022, landing it in the #9 spot in the violent list.
The city of Arlington has a crime problem for sure. They had an astronomical 7,321 property crimes and a heavy amount of violent crimes like burglaries and assaults.
1 in 24 people is expected to experience either a violent or property crime in Waco.
If you think the fact that there were 7,708 violent crimes reported in Dallas last year or that property crime rates were even higher. Last year, there were 36,466 property crimes reported.
5. Corpus Christi
Keep your eyes open because in Corpus Christi 1 in 16 people will experience a violent crime.
4. San Antonio
Property crimes are a big issue in San Antonio. 53,613 property crimes were reported in the Riverwalk city.
Beaumont’s kind of got a bad reputation around the Lone Star state. We knew it was bad, we just didn't know it was THIS bad. The crime rate is 60.83 per 1,000 residents, making 1 in 16 people fall victim to a crime.
The lively college town is more than just academics and parties. Things escalate in this town and 1 in 16 people experience a crime. Lubbock is full of violent crimes and property-related crimes.
The massive metropolitan city is packed full of violent crimes like rape, robbery, and assaults. Houston has a crime rate of 56.23 per 1,000 residents, which means statistically, 1 in 18 people will experience a crime when hanging in H-Town.