Thirty-three thousand three hundred and thirty-three bucks per camera those picturemakers cost us,* and this is what the images look like? How could anyone solve anything from a picture like that? Officials claim cameras solved 1,236 crimes last year.. somehow. So that's $20.7 million spent on the camera hardware, plus $1.4 million a year to run them, about $8 million spent last year, or $6,526 per crime solved. A good deal?
Also, missing from Carroll County, says the Internet, 15-year-old Kenzie DiGiacomantonio, see below.