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Monday, January 30, 2012

Overheard on Police Scanner

Scanner Reports 1-30-12
Santa Barbara Edhat
The police are sworn to "Protect and Serve" us but they are stretched thin, as are other Emergency Responders. So we find ourselves protecting our own and watching out for our neighbors. That is what will save what is left of our country, ...

Scanner traffic indicates house exploded
Topeka Capital Journal
Police radio scanner traffic indicated police, firefighters and ambuulance personnel were on the scene of the house explosion and that a small fire was burning in the area. The Capital-Journal was sending a reporter to the scene.

Fairbury man arrested after 911 call
Pontiac Police discovered a cell phone used to place the 911 call, a portable scanner and a number of other cell phones in Moser's possession, at an apartment on Illini Drive. Pontiac Police Major Jim Woolford says a two-way radio was also discovered.

Tornadoes of 2011
WOOD-TV (blog)
I purchased a weather radio for tornado alerts but in my area, all I get is static. Normal radios are static as well, I guess I just live in a bad reception area. Is there any other tool I can use to get tornado warnings or watches, because out here, ...

Hingham Scanner Tales: Scituate man charged with kidnapping, armed robbery
According to Hingham Police, a Hingham detective was parked in the parking lot of the Hull PoliceDepartment on Saturday when a 68-year old man drove into the lot at 1:06 pm and reported he had just been robbed at knifepoint.

Scanner Traffic Reveals Frantic Moments After Aiken Public Safety Officer Shot ...
WJBF News Channel 6's Kait Rayner reports on the frantic police radio traffic the morning Aiken Department of Public Safety Master Corporal Sandra Rogers was shot and killed. (more) WJBF News Channel 6's Kait Rayner reports on the frantic police radio ...

Fairbury man accused of Pontiac arson
Bloomington Pantagraph
During their investigation, police found a cellular phone used to place a 911 call reporting the fire, as well as a portable scanner, a number of cellular phones and a two-way radio. Police continue to investigate the fire and any connection to radio ...

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