Camera Data Help Snag Suspected Bicycle Thief – The Observer Group

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Police will never use camera data as the sole investigative tool to build a case, according to Longboat Key Police Chief Pete Cumming, however, the bicycle case shows how the data can add valuable evidence to a case. For investigative purposes, this kind of data is important to put this person on the island, Cumming said. Cameras capture license-plate data, but not images of cars or drivers. The images are stored for a year on a secure server, but police dont see them unless they become part of an investigation. Police have primarily used camera data to make traffic stops, mostly for suspended licenses and expired licenses and tags. But police have also touted the value of the system in criminal investigations. During the first two months in which the cameras operated, the data they captured were used to identify two stolen vehicles and assist in a domestic violence case in which they helped police confirm that a suspect was on the island at the time a woman said she had been victimized.
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The Daily Journal newspaper in Park Hills, Missouri reports that 37-year-old Michael Gray of Farmington is charged with first-degree tampering with a vehicle. He is suspected of stealing a 1990 Humvee that had been acquired through a Defense Department program. Sheriff Dan Bullock says Gray was arrested in St. Louis County for allegedly breaking into storage sheds. The vehicle was used in a smash-and-grab crime at a restaurant in Ste. Genevieve County after being stolen.
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Hebron Supervisor Brian Campbell asked the Public Safety Committee to also consider travel time and distance needed for such inspections. While expressing he was not against mobile homes, Argyle Supervisor Robert A. Henke voted in favor of the $100 fee, plus an additional charge for mileage at the federal rate, due to the considerable time and cost to code enforcement officials. A $25 fee was set for a sewage disposal system permit amendment that will allow homeowners with previously failed sewer permits to obtain proper permits. Previously, without the amendment process, homeowners had to start the permitting process all over again.
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