Police using cell phones' silent data to nab criminals


By Frank Donnelly
Staten Island Advance

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — John Galtieri sits behind bars, in part because he used his cell phone minutes before murdering his ex-wife at a Pleasant Plains park-and-ride.

The retired cop's conviction is just one example of authorities' increasing use of cellular devices to track down criminals.

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