Mobile fingerprint device gets fast ID

The Nueces County Sheriff's Office now can take fingerprints in the field and identify them


By Rob Boscamp
Corpus Christi Caller-Times

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Officials on Thursday demonstrated the MC-75 wireless mobile identification device, which lets deputies take prints, send them to the office and get results back.

"One of the difficulties always facing law enforcement is the identity of people we come into contact with both on the civil and criminal side," Sheriff Jim Kaelin said during a news conference.

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