A burglar was caught red-handed by workers at a San Francisco kennel after riling up and releasing more than 30 dogs from their cages.
Writers around the globe are so concerned with government surveillance according to a new survey that they say they’re now avoiding or have considered avoiding writing about controversial topics.
Two suspected package thieves were arrested Christmas Eve in Livermore.
The suspects who attacked the Tai Lam were not looking for money. In fact, Lam had $1000 with him when his body was found.
A child playing in Bucheon, South Korea. An empty crib in Absecon, New Jersey. Cattle feeding in Behamberg, Austria. Footage from more than 100 countries is being streamed from bedrooms, office buildings, shops, laundromats, stables and barns.
Fremont Police Seek Trio In Package Theft Caught On Video, May Be Driving SUV Registered To Dead Man
Fremont police are asking for the public’s help in identifying three people suspected of stealing a package and a lawn ornament last week, police said Wednesday.
Burglars in Palo Alto were caught on camera breaking into a home, frightening two watchful cats, before grabbing the surveillance camera when they realized it was recording them.
You don’t have to read too far into the dystopian works of George Orwell’s 1984 or Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World before drawing up some similarities between fiction and real-world governments.
Shocking Video Of Woman Stabbing South Bay Cabbie Shows How Surveillance Has Revolutionized Crime Investigation
From surveillance cameras to cellphones to body cams — we’re being watched everywhere we go. All that video evidence has revolutionized the way crimes are investigated and prosecuted.
It’s called a Stingray: A cellphone surveillance device so top secret, law enforcement agencies don’t even like to admit they have it. But KPIX 5 has confirmed Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose police are using Stingrays to track suspects.