GPS helping Ohio police to nab suspects

Whether a warrant is needed to use GPS in Ohio is unclear


Columbus Dispatch

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Law-enforcement officials in central Ohio have made three arrests in the past two weeks by secretly attaching GPS devices to suspects' cars and tracking their movements.

But they don't want to talk about it out of concern that the information will benefit criminal minds.

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