3 Pennsylvania bank robbery suspects tracked by GPS in money

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Bushfires: GPS tracking for arsonists while hundreds of suspects on close watch

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Police Use GPS to Trace ATM Skimmer Suspects to Phuket and Make Three Arrests

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Police track suspects with stolen car's GPS

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GPS leads deputies to stolen trailer suspects in Jefferson County

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US Supreme Court Limits Police Installation of GPS Devices to Track Suspects

A recent US Supreme Court ruling on the police use of GPS devices to follow suspects could have serious implications for individuals charged with crimes. April 28, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ — In many criminal cases, including prosecutions of drug crimes …See all stories on this topic » Google Alerts – intitle:gps -intext:Gap -intext:GP -intext:health -intext:doctor Note: […]

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Use of GPS to Monitor Suspects Argued at High Court

By JESS BRAVIN WASHINGTON—Supreme Court justices wrestled with the bounds of personal privacy in the digital world Tuesday at arguments over whether police needed a warrant before secretly attaching a GPS tracking device to a suspect's car. …See all stories on this topic » Google Alerts – intitle:gps -intext:Gap -intext:GP -intext:health -intext:doctor Note: Newswire stories […]

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Mugging Suspects Caught With GPS App On Stolen IPhone

(NewsCore) – CHICAGO — A Chicago man whose wallet and iPhone were stolen last week used the phone's global positioning system (GPS) software to lead police to the alleged thieves, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Saturday. Ed Scanlan, 33, was robbed of …See all stories on this topic » Google Alerts – intitle:gps -intext:Gap -intext:GP -intext:health […]

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