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Thursday, April 9, 2009

Home Invasion Caught Live On The Internet!

Below is an interesting video of two burglars being recorded live via a surveillance feed on the Internet while they were burglarizing a Florida woman's home.I have been a victim of burglaries several times in the past and can't tell you how excited I am that these dregs of the earth have been caught pants down.What can't technology do? I will go get a live Internet video camera now! I think everyone should.



The link to the full story, which is reproduced below, can be found here.

APRIL 9--A Florida woman who used a live Internet video feed to monitor the interior of her home was shocked yesterday when she saw two men burglarizing her residence in real time. Jeanne Thomas, 43, was seated at her office desk when two strangers appeared in her living room (the intruders got into Thomas's Boynton Beach house through a doggie door at the rear of the home, according to the below probable cause affidavit). Thomas, who set up the live video stream after her home was burglarized last October, immediately called 911 to report the burglary (click here to listen to her conversation with a police operator). Cops raced to her home and arrested the two men inside the house: Curtis Williams, 20, and Steven Morales, 19. Two other suspects--Scott George and Jonathan Cruz, both 20--were nabbed at a nearby residence and charged with helping plan the burglary. The amazing surveillance video from inside Thomas's house was uploaded to YouTube by the Boynton Beach Police Department and can be seen above. Click here to see mug shots of the four perps, who were booked into the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office lockup. (2 pages)

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