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New Haven police to seize unlocked property from cars in East Rock area – for 'safekeeping'

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 17:06
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New Haven police to seize unlocked property from cars in East Rock area – for 'safekeeping' | 01 Nov 2015 | If your computer is missing from your unlocked car, it may not be an opportunistic thief who snatched it. That important electronic device could be in the New Haven police property room, retrieved by your local walking beat officer. Stymied as to what to do to get residents to take seriously repeated police warnings to lock their vehicles and not leave valuables in them, Lt. Herbert Sharp said they are going to try something new in his policing district. Sharp, manager for the East Rock neighborhood, said confiscating goods that are invitations to thieves is one of the six exceptions in Connecticut law to the requirement for a search warrant. “It's called a caretaker,” he said of the initiative he wants to implement this month.


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