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Old 05-11-2018, 01:36 PM   #841
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Service Meant to Monitor Inmates’ Calls Could Track You, Too - The New York Times


Cory Hutcheson, a former Missouri sheriff, was charged with using a private service to track people’s cellphones without court orders.CreditMississippi County Sheriff Office

Thousands of jails and prisons across the United States use a company called Securus Technologies to provide and monitor calls to inmates. But the former sheriff of Mississippi County, Mo., used a lesser-known Securus service to track people’s cellphones, including those of other officers, without court orders, according to charges filed against him in state and federal court.

The service can find the whereabouts of almost any cellphone in the country within seconds. It does this by going through a system typically used by marketers and other companies to get location data from major cellphone carriers, including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon, documents show.
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Judge Exonerates Man Who Was Jailed at 14-Years-Old for Murder of Brooklyn Officer | KTLA

Corrupt NYPD detective put innocent man behind bars
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BSO DEPUTY ARRESTED FOR HIS ADDICTION TO STAR WARS TOYS AND DISNEY MOVIES. IT HASNT GOTTEN WEIRD, YET....

Investigators said over the course of three days, Guzman entered the Walmart located along State Road 7 and stole DVDs and “Star Wars” action figures.

“He did it in full uniform,” said Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel.

Walmart said the total for the loss was about $200.
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