Recent Report Reveals Montana’s Top Ten Most Dangerous Cities

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Due to a recent report, there are (apparently) 10 particularly dangerous cities in Montana. To be honest, a few of these come as a surprise. By clicking ‘here’ at the bottom of this page you can find what the other 7 cities are. With as much crime as has transpired in Flathead County in the past couple of years, we are surprised it didn’t make the list. To be clear this list does not necessarily reflect the viewpoint of Montana 1st News.

Great Falls is one of the most dangerous cities in Montana because this city has the highest rate of violent crimes such as murder, rape, armed robbery, and many more. Great Falls has a crime rate of 51 for every 1,000 residents.

Cut bank is on the list of most dangerous cities in Montana because of the escalating crimes here. The city earned a crime grade score of D-. The city has a total crime rate of 49 for every 1,000 residents.

Havre is another most dangerous city in Montana. Havre has a total crime rate of 42 for every 1,000 residents. The city is one of the highest violent and property crimes in Montana.”

You can read the rest of the article by clicking here. By Rica Delos Reyes OMD News

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