Mass. cops use mics to track shooting suspect
The Boston Herald
The Boston Police Department's Real Time Crime Center kicked in last week to help with the arrest of a teen who blasted a pistol in Dorchester -- luckily hitting no one.
On Wednesday at about 7 p.m. the teen fired, not knowing that the instant the sound reached a nearby sensor, he became the target. The BPD's shot-spotter, a system of computerized microphones placed throughout the city, picked up the gunshot on Claybourne Street.
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