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Florida police officers caught disconnecting man’s surveillance cameras

Published on Jan 19, 2018

An Indian River County man feels his privacy was violated after he captured Vero Beach police disconnecting a surveillance camera outside his front door.

Police were investigating a crime the man says he had nothing to do with.

Vero Beach Police Chief David Currey stands by his officers’ actions.

In late August 2017, Currey said his officers got an anonymous tip that someone at a Vero Beach home on 15th Avenue matched the description of a man wanted for felony grand theft.


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5 Responses to Florida police officers caught disconnecting man’s surveillance cameras

  1. Volthair says:

    If you are too scared and fearful , get a new job. Wow.

  2. Enemy of the State says:

    if they are “investigating a crime” than why would they be disconnecting cameras that may have caught the crime in progress, unless….it was the pigs that may have gotten caught on those cameras committing that crime

    !. Trespassing
    2 destruction of evidence
    3 tampering with a security device
    4 come on my porch again Mtherfcers..I’ll disconnect the cameras so no one sees what happens

    This needs to be challenged …NOW!

    ok thanks for this, I have 8 cameras watching my property ( not connected to web btw)
    im installing a new camera waaaay out of reach of any Pig
    nope not saying where it will be , but Im dam good at camouflage

  3. morris adams says:

    that shows their 77-89 IQ.. look straight into the camera, THEN disable it. yep, those 2 are guinneses!!

  4. paul c says:

    because they are up to NO GOOD that’s why they did it!

  5. paul c says:

    armed thugs wearing a uniform, that’s all they are!

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