- adj. dominated or plagued by crime.
- crime + -ridden (Wiktionary)
“Marisol Valles Garcia recently became the police chief of Praxedis Guadalupe Guerrero, a crime-ridden town near Ciudad Juarez, epicenter of drug cartel activity.”
“Which is, lets face it, a better opportunity than that awaiting lower-caste children in the crime-ridden slums of North America.”
“It can also give us a window into how people who live in forgotten, crime-ridden neighborhoods and face numerous challenges in life relate to God and the church.”
“Set in the Pacific Northwest, an untitled show from John Wells Productions Southland, Shameless, The West Wing follows a family of cops who uncover the mystical and often crime-ridden world of a small town.”
“The Connecticut man said his cousin raised the girl "as best she could" in a crime-ridden neighborhood.”
“They want to label this place as crime-ridden," William said.”
“Summer Night Lights has become a crowning achievement in our gang reduction efforts, and a source of pride in some of our most crime-ridden communities.”
“With Greece mired in recession not seen since the reintroduction of democracy in 1974, and Athens's historic centre so crime-ridden that even its mayor recently conceded that he felt unsafe at night walking its streets, Papandreou's targets, then, might seem a bit of a pipe dream.”
“You know, they teach the same principles to people who have to survive on the mean streets of crime-ridden metropolitan areas but hunters and shooters think they can forget that principle when they walk into the woods and shuck that bit of personal responsibility.”
“Then, starting in crime-ridden Chicago neighborhoods in the late 1930s, he helped unions, churches and other social groups unite and win everything from jobs to streetlights and garbage collection.”
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