Wal-Marts Can Produce Rural Crime Centers

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After a 24-hour Wal-Mart store opened in a formerly rural area near Harrisville, Utah, in 2001, police have had to confront big-city realities in the town of 4,000 about 45 miles north of Salt Lake City, says the Associated Press. In January, when an officer shot and wounded a man who pointed a fake gun
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