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This Weeks FARA News
Police Say Scammers Are Going Door-To-Door Posing As Police Officers
Chattanooga Police Now Only Responding To Certain Burglar Alarm Calls
Cavalcante was captured yesterday after 13 days on the run in PA, but what does all of this really say about our state?
Barkdoll continued, “The backstory is apparently there was a burglar alarm that was tripped out in that area that brought police into the area. They felt this guy had to be nearby. It was a federal border airplane that was using infrared technology that could see what they thought was a human in the woods laying underneath a brush.”
FARA Industry News
False security alarm calls are draining resources, Owasso Police say
Tech Firms Partner to Automate Commercial Fire Notifications
Fire Side Chat: Carbon Monoxide Remains as Misunderstood as It Is Elusive
9.18.23 – NESA National Monitor
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