Timmy your city looks nice, quiet, and has this Mexican look/vibe to it.
Look what I found on my city's wiki page my loves:
The city of Lowell is primarily policed and protected by the Lowell Police Department, secondarily by the Massachusetts State Police, the UMass Lowell Police, and the National Park Service.
In 2008, the Violent crime Rate for Lowell was 1,126.3 per 100,000 of the population, ranking it the 4th most violent city in Massachusetts right ahead of Boston with 1,104 per 100,000.
Since 1990, Lowell has averaged about 17 homicides per year with the highest being 29 homicides in 2002. As of 2008, the crime index rating was 446.8. The national average was 320.9. Lowell has been locally notorious over the years for being a place of high drug trafficking and gang activity. The Lowell Police Department has made some what positive progress in bringing the crime rates down in recent years. In the years from 1994 to 1999, crime dropped 22 percent, the highest rate of decrease for any city in America with over 100,000 residents. In 2009, Lowell was ranked as the 99th most dangerous city of over 75,000 residents in the United States, out of 393 communities. Out of Massachusetts cities, nine are larger than 75,000 residents, and Lowell was fifth most dangerous or safest. For comparison Lowell is rated safer than Boston (104 of 393), Providence RI (123), Springfield (51), Lynn (120), Fall River (103), and New Bedford (85), but rated more dangerous than Cambridge (303) , Newton (388), Quincy (312), and Worcester (175).
I'm embarrassed! Lol
On that note, Timmyyy comeee byy sis I'll spark you up then we can hit the clubs!