What Is With the High Crime in Oregon?

Question by ashizz: What is with the high crime in Oregon?
I’ve done some research on cities in Oregon and it seems even the smallest cities in Oregon have high crime. I go to www.bestplaces.net to get info. And if you check out Oregon alot of the cities from big to small have some high crime. What’s with this?? Any locals out there please give me some insight on what’s going on.
I am moving to Oregon in a few months, so my interest is in Oregon only, I am not looking for info on the 49 other states.

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Answer by myke4urnot
dont need to be a local-its a known fact that they get a very small amount of sunshine there,people get depressed easy-depressed people do very strange and awful things.

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