A little noticed surveillance technology, designed to track the movements of every passing driver, is fast proliferating on America’s streets. Automatic license plate readers, mounted on police cars or on objects like road signs and bridges, use small, high-speed cameras to photograph thousands of plates per minute. 66 more words
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Police arrest man accused of kidnapping, assaulting girlfriend Police say Randle assaulted his 17-year-old girlfriend outside her Sioux Falls home early Wednesday morning. Randle allegedly straMore Abilene Machine to open location in Sioux Falls The Sioux Falls facility complements its headquarters in Abilene, Kan., and additional locations in McFarland, Calif., BishopvilleMore Howes man fined $10000 for killing bald eagle RAPID CITY A western South Dakota man avoided jail time but must pay more than $10,000 for killing an eagle. 59 more words
SMITH TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WYTV) – Two rookie K-9 officers helped nab two burglary suspects in Smith Township Friday morning.
According to Police Chief John Siranovic, officers received a call of a burglary in progress in the 18000 block of Middletown Road just after 10 a.m. 154 more words
47-year-old Daniel Martin Jr. of Lawton Oklahoma was shot and killed by police in March after he called 911 to report vandals outside of his house. 186 more words
Source: CBS, by Tami Abdollah and Elliot Spagat, 9/19/2014
A rapidly expanding digital network that uses cameras mounted to traffic signals and police cruisers captures the movements of millions of vehicles across the U.S., regardless of whether the drivers are being investigated by law enforcement. 427 more words