They always say nothing good happens after dark. According to Only In Your State these are the most dangerous places to be in Texas after dark. I know many won't be surprised that one local  city made the list and a few others aren't far from here.

9.Corpus Christi:

At 5.4 per every 100,000 people, this tourist city has a higher murder rate than any surrounding city. This statistic makes it one of the most dangerous cities in Texas.

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8. Victoria:

With 72 reported rapes per 100,000 residents, which is more than double the statewide average, Victoria is (not surprisingly) considered one of the most dangerous cities in Texas.

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7. Texarkana:

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6. Beaumont/Port Arthur:

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5. Houston:

It makes sense that Houston would make this list, given its large population, but the specifics might surprise you a bit. Although the city is ranked the third most dangerous place in Texas, it isn't for violent crime - it's for robbery. There are 233 robberies per every 100,000 people; compared to six murders per every 100,000 people.

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4. Amarillo:

Within the span of one year, Amarillo had a higher number of reported rapes than any other city in Texas, with 85 per 100,000 inhabitants. This makes it the sixth most violent city in Texas - and definitely one of the most dangerous places in Texas.

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3.Lubbock:

Lubbock is notorious for robbery, reporting 658 cases per 100,000 occupants in the span of 365 days.

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2. Odessa:

Over the course of one year, Odessa had 645 cases of aggravated assault per every 100,000 residents.

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1. Bexar County, no just the city of San Antonio:

In one year alone, there were 1,793 sexual assaults in Bexar County, which is rather high, considering most other counties had far less than 1,000.

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