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Last week, the U.S. Postal Service dropped off a parcel mid-morning to a Bothell, Wash., home mid-morning. Another delivery came from a different service in the afternoon.
An hour after this second delivery, a blue vehicle pulled up in front of the Bothell house. A woman got out of the SUV, jogged up to the house, stacked the two packages and took off with them back to her car, depositing them in her passenger’s seat.
Video surveillance system captures armed robbery of a Radio Shack store where hostages are taken. Fortunately, no one was injured during to robbery. Port St. Lucie police are still searching for these two men and ask anyone with information regarding this incident to please contact the Port St. Lucie police department as soon as possible.
Hidden video surveillance system captures abusive behavior at a nursing home in Ontario.
Camille Parent released hidden camera video of his 85-year-old mother, Hellen MacDonald, who suffers from dementia, being mistreated and neglected. He installed a motion activated hidden camera in late April following several incidents that he found suspicious.Over the course of a month, he captured video of a staff member taunting MacDonald with a rag smeared with her own feces, a man blowing his nose on her clean bed sheets, an elderly male resident helping himself to her belongings and more.
View more videos at: http://nbcnewyork.com.
On Oct. 7, Melissa Walthall received a picture of an undercover officer from a friend who’d been arrested for possession of drugs and an illegal sawed-off shotgun. Walthall then took the picture and posted it on her Facebook page, along with the label “Undercover Mesquite Narcotics”.
After receiving a tip, authorities checked Walthall’s Facebook page and quickly issued a warrant for her arrest on harassment charges. “It’s a very serious situation,” Kevin Lawrence, executive director of the Texas Municipal Police Association stated. "If you're trying to infiltrate a cartel, a drug ring, a gang, one of the keys is people have to believe you're not an officer. Anything that hints at tying you to law enforcement is very dangerous."
Do you think there is too much opportunity for social media to be harmful? Do you think there should be some regulations on what people are allowed to post to social media accounts, such as Facebook or Twitter?
Although, social media gives ample access to expressing your own feelings and opinions, posting the picture of an undercover cop seems way too dangerous. What if that cop was in the middle of a case and his cover was blown? He could have been injured or killed because his picture was on Facebook. Or what if the person who posted the cops picture was targeted by criminals because they thought the two were somehow linked in their personal lives?
However, a cop does put his/her life at risk every day. Do you think social media is just an added risk cops take these days? Do you think there should be some regulations on what people are allowed to post when law enforcement is involved? Should cops be restricted from having their own Facebook accounts?
Posted by Lindsay Page on Oct 29, 2012