Stay Away From Southern Nevada
When I moved to Henderson, NV, in 2003, there was one of many conventions in Las Vegas. An attendee wondered off the strip to go eat at a fast food restaurant. There was a robbery in the restaurant and this innocent man went home in a body bag.
Fast forward, on October 1, 2017, a mass shooting occurred killing 58 concert attendees. 422 other people were wounded.
Last week, at 5:00 am, I woke up to the pounding of two police officers on the door of my next door neighbor. I was asked to give a written witness statement. I don't know about you, but I have never had police officers looking for me at 5 am at my residence.
Lastly, yesterday, a woman was bludgeoned to death with an ax at a public laundromat at 5 am. She called for help but in the middle of her 911 call, there was silence. It was too late. Sh was murdered.
More money = more people = more crime.
The crime rate in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and Henderson is rising daily. I live my life on high alert that I may be one of the many crime victims in one of these cities.
I don't have the funds to relocate somewhere safer. I also am angry that criminals are taking over my place of residence.