Tuesday, January 24

Notes From Florida (4#) -

In an ever-spreading
surveillance network . . .

increasingly covering much of Florida, the NDI Technologies corporation has supplied about 50 police departments in Florida with cameras which scan license plates.

# A Columbian man who was pulled over by police in Kissimmee for his vehicle's registration, was arrested for possession of $6,500 in counterfeit U.S. money.

# During a recent party in his home, Raymond Gsell is believed to have been strangled and robbed. His wife Judy and her companion Dawn Ruthann Ross have been charged with his murder. The elderly man's body was later found in his freezer.

# A former 34-year-old Pinellas-Pasco prosecutor
has pleaded guilty to trafficking in oxycodone pills.