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Guess Who's bored in Cary? The Cops. 

With no reported murders in 2012, Cary is ranked as America's safest city among those with populations of 100,000–499,999, according to FBI statistics. Last year, the town reported 14.4 crimes per 1,000 people. Naperville, Ill., the setting for Female Forces, a reality…

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