Real life stories from around the US where iNet Security & Surveillance did or could have prevented crimes.
Thieves steal catalytic converters from vehicles at emergency response company on NE Side
SAN ANTONIO – An emergency response headquarters on the city’s Northeast Side is the latest target of catalytic converter theft.
United Medevac said one of its units was disabled after a man stole the catalytic converter out of one it’s on duty emergency units.
County using hidden cameras to catch illegal dumpers
Bexar County Environmental Services Department says it’s cracking down on people leaving trash in streets, lots, and alleys.
San Antonio – Trash bags, furniture, and other assorted filth are piled high behind the vacant home next to Irma Soto. Soto said the alleyway behind the burned-out house in the Camelot II neighborhood is an all too commonly-used dumping ground, and she’s tired of it.
Oregon crime ring moved $22M in catalytic converters
Police in suburban Portland, Oregon, said Thursday they arrested a crime ring leader responsible for trafficking more than 44,000 catalytic converters stolen from vehicles on the West Coast since 2021. Detectives said they identified Brennan Doyle, 32, as the leader of the operation and searched his Lake Oswego home last week, along with seven other properties. The detectives seized over 3,000 catalytic converters hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash, a high-end car and jewelry, Oregon Public Broadcasting reported.
Vandalia Police Chief credits officers for preventing potential tragedy
VANDALIA, Ohio (WKEF) -- In a story you’ll only see on Dayton 24/7 Now, Vandalia Police opened up about an incident that occurred during the early morning hours on Thursday, July 28 at Rush Truck Centers located at 7655 Poe Ave. Police arrested 33-year-old Columbus man Devin Langston Harris Jr. on charges of motor vehicle theft, burglary, and breaking and entering. Yet, police were shocked to recover what they called a disturbing amount of weapons and an assault rifle from Harris Jr.