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Neighborhood uses high tech to fight back against crime

The neighborhood recently purchased a solar-powered camera with a built-in license plate reader.

Story from WKRN.com.

A Williamson County neighborhood is going high-tech to help fight crime.

The neighborhood recently purchased a solar-powered camera with a built-in license plate reader. It was installed in October, a few months after a neighbor's home was broken into.

Every car from its color to its tag gets photographed, saved, and sent to a database that Ron Carlson [Stockett Creek HOA] and other homeowners in the Stockett Creek community can look up if there's ever a crime.

“Knowing that we have the videography that we need, I feel much safer,” said neighbor, Jessica Needham. “I'm happy about it.”

Watch the video on WKRN.

 

 

 

 

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