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The Dark Side of Wyoming: 10 Most Dangerous Cities Unveiled in 2023

Embark on a journey through Wyoming’s landscapes, but beware of the shadows cast by its 10 most dangerous cities in 2023. As we delve into the dark side of the Equality State, unsettling crime statistics reveal the risks faced by residents in these communities.

State Capital of Wyoming (Photo: kingfm)

Exploring Wyoming’s Riskiest Places and Their Troubling Crime Statistics

  1. Riverton: This city maintains its notoriety as Wyoming’s most dangerous, with a population of 10,772 and alarming crime rates – 547 violent crimes and 4,233 property crimes per 100k.
  2. Evansville: Part of the Casper Metro Area, Evansville ranks high with 3,005 residents facing 299 violent crimes and 2,595 property crimes per 100k.
  3. Evanston: Known for Bear River State Park, Evanston raises concerns with 415 violent crimes and 1,885 property crimes per 100k among its 11,563 residents.
  4. Casper: Wyoming’s second-largest city, Casper, stands out with 212 violent crimes and 2,848 property crimes per 100k in its population of 58,244.
  5. Powell: In this northwestern city, 6,165 residents contend with 243 violent crimes and 2,076 property crimes per 100k, marking it as the sixth most dangerous.
  6. Torrington: With a population of 6,623, Torrington is located in Southeast Wyoming and has 483 violent crimes and 1,162 property crimes per 100,000 residents.
  7. Wheatland: With 3,445 residents, Wheatland had the highest burglary rate in Wyoming in 2020 with 174 violent crimes and 2,322 property crimes per 100,000 people.
  8. Cheyenne: With 3,76 violent crimes and 3,376 property crimes per 100,000 residents, Cheyenne, the capital of Wyoming, is the second most hazardous city in the state. Its population is 64,751.
  9. Newcastle: With 3,383 persons, Northeastern Newcastle ranks ninth least safe with 266 violent crimes and 1,241 property crimes per 100,000 people.
  10. Rock Springs: Rock Springs, in southwest Wyoming, comes in last on the list with 22,615 residents experiencing 1,357 property crimes and 256 violent crimes per 100,000 people.

READ ALSO: 10 Most Dangerous Cities In Wyoming 2023: The Dark Side

Cold Case Horror: Wyoming’s “Lil Miss” Murder

One of Wyoming’s most horrifying crimes was the 1988 disappearance of Lisa Marie Kimmell during a road trip. Her brutal murder, discovered a week later in the North Platte River near Casper, shocked the state.

The case turned cold until 2002, when DNA linked Dale Wayne Eaton, a drifter, to the crime. Convicted in 2004, the “Lil Miss” case, named after Kimmell’s license plate, lingers as one of Wyoming’s most dreadful chapters.

READ ALSO: LISA KIMMEL

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