Ga. surveillance cameras come under fire

Departments throughout metro Atlanta are turning to new video camera technology to keep people from running afoul of the law


By Andria Simmons
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

In 2008, Atlanta police were on the lookout for a known sexual predator who had 10 outstanding warrants from other jurisdictions.

An officer monitoring surveillance cameras in Midtown spotted a man fitting the suspect's description walking down the street. Within minutes, he was under arrest.

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