Orlando Police Installs 60 Security Cameras In Downtown Area
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Orlando police said they were going to show off a new high-tech crime fighting tool on Monday. The Orlando Police Department will place security cameras in high crime areas. "It's going to be like a cop standing on every street. Where there is a camera you are going to be watched," said Cpt. Jeffrey Goltz of the Orlando Police Department. Police said they will be installing 60 new cameras. The first batch will be installed in the Parramore area. Almost 10-percent of the city's crime happens there.
Connecticut Driver Caught Speeding Blames an Oreo
SALISBURY, Conn. — Police say a man's excuse for speeding through a small Connecticut town takes the cake — or, at least, the cookie. A state trooper who stopped the 1993 BMW says its driver, 28-year-old Justin Vonkummer of Millerton, N.Y., blamed the driving problems on an errant Oreo. Police say Vonkummer told the trooper that an Oreo had just slipped from his fingers as he dunked it in a cup of milk, and that he was trying to fish it out.