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Chino is pure shit .

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I’ve lived in chino for many years and I gotta say if you’re planning on moving here don’t , I’m sure you can do much better then chino . My moms car got stolen from right outside her house and another time outside of George’s barbershop on central . I’ve had a gun pulled on me while I was walking my dog minding my own business , hear gunshots often , lots of suspicious activity around the neighborhood at night . My neighbor got stabbed 6 times outside of his own home , not a good place to live and definitely not a good place to raise kids . There was also already a shooting in a nearby neighborhood in the beginning of last month . ( February 2018 ) and a young teenager just got stabbed and died a couple weeks ago .
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Chino is a shithole

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Lived here for a year and I can't wait to leave this shit town. Ghetto, dirty, and full of losers. My house was broken into twice, my car was keyed while in my driveway, and kids throw trash into my yard. Losers drive their piece of shit cars 90 miles an hour down the streets. There's no police presence. I've seen a cop car maybe three times in a year. I feel like I'm living in Compton. Shit town. Stay away
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Chino, CA - Nice City, Despite What TV Tells You

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I have lived in Southern California for the last 10 years and have been to Chino several times. They have a nice community with a bad reputation thanks to the TV show The O.C.. The show depicts Chino as a slum, which is far from the truth. There are a few very nice museums in the city of Chino, Planes of Fame and Yanks Air Museum. Chino also has several beautiful parks where I have been to a few family gatherings. The batting cages in Chino were really fun for my kids and their cousins. There is also a very nice museum for young adults called the Chino Youth Museum. This museum tries to make ties between the different generations and teach the youth about the history of the area. The city of Chino is also home to one of the three Chaffey College campuses. I had a friend who went to this campus and she said that the school was well taken care of and the teachers were very knowledgeable on their specific subjects.
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