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Featured Articles

  • A simple bug exposed access to thousands of smart security …
    6.16.23 – Tech Crunch – U.S. power and electronics giant Eaton has fixed a security vulnerability that allowed a security researcher to remotely access thousands of smart security alarm systems.
  • ‘AI’-based emergency egress tech gets patents, could shake …
    6.13.23 – SIW – ‘AI’-based emergency egress tech gets patents, could shake up alarm industry. Clarus leverages artificial intelligence, machine learning, predictive analytics and augmented reality to proactively, and in real-time, detect a variety of emergencies and generate emergency egress plans
  • DOL Delays Two Rules
    NSBA – Throughout June, the Department of Labor has issued a number of notices delaying implementation of final rules, including the independent contractor rule and guidance on overtime exemptions. (More)

Business Tips

Fire – Life Safety News

  • Smoke alarms alert residents to afternoon fire –
    6.12.23 – Town of Ajax – One of the occupants explained they were napping with their child when they were awoken by the sound of the smoke alarms. They thought it was a false alarm from someone cooking. The alarm continued to sound, and the resident took action when they heard the other family members yelling.

Crime News       

  • CA: Attempted bank robbery thwarted
    6.16..23 – Record Gazette – Inland Empire – On Thursday, June 15, an attempted bank robbery in Moreno Valley was thwarted when a teller activated a robbery alarm.
  • CA: Burglar breaks into Ramona Chamber of Commerce, Best …
    6.13.23 – Ramona Sentinel – A Sheriff’s investigation is underway after The Best Care Pharmacy and Ramona Chamber of Commerce were burglarized Monday night, with damage to both offices and controlled substances and cash taken from the pharmacy, according to officials.
  • CT: Hartford police nab alleged bank robber using tracker inserted …
    6.13.23 – Hartford Courant – An alleged bank robber was arrested Tuesday after a tracker that was placed in the stolen money led Hartford police to his location. Patrol officers were called to the TD Bank at 10:14 a.m. on Tuesday after a hold-up alarm was activated, according to the Hartford Police Department.
  • NY: Three Connecticut men charged in commercial burglaries
    6.13.23 – Mid Hudson News – Poughkeepsie – Three suspects have been arrested in connection with a string of commercial burglaries that occurred in multiple locations over the last three weeks. The Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) says the arrests occurred on June 4.
  • OH: Break-in suspects targeting OTR restaurants, stealing alcohol
    6.12.23 – WLWT – Police confirm at least four restaurants and bars in OTR have been targeted in the last few weeks. Some have been hit more than once.
  • PA: Suspect arrested after burglary at U.S. Cellular
    6.17.23 – Morning Sun – On June 15th, at approximately 3 p.m. the suspect in the burglary, 37-year-old Dwayne Munger, was located at a residence in Pittsburg. Items reported stolen in the burglary at U.S. Cellular were located at the residence.
  • PA: Suspect broke into auto shop with rock, stole from candy shop …
    6.12.23 – Fox 29 – Bucks County, Pa. – Police say the suspect threw a landscape rock through the window before rummaging around the shop. It is unclear what, if anything, was stolen. He was gone before police arrived, but was spotted loitering around surrounding shopping centers minutes before the burglary.
  • TN: Man charged with business burglary at ‘Agavos Cocina & …
    6.13.23 – Action News 5 – (WMC) – A man is charged with business burglary at Agavos Cocina & Tequila. Aarin Harris is arrested and charged with business burglary.
  • TX: Port Arthur man indicted for felony over case of beer
    6.15.23 – Beaumont Enterprise – A Port Arthur man is facing felony charges after police say they found him attempting to steal a single case of beer from a closed local grocery store. The 44-year-old man in mid-April was indicted by a Jefferson County Grand Jury for burglary of a building.
  • WI: Man charged with stealing over $20K in jewelry from Eau …
    6.13.23 – WEAU – According to court records, McRunnel is ordered to serve five years of probation, but can reduce it to three years if he pays restitution.

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