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A SECRET WEAPON, Follow that car?, Man is challenging Nassau police evidence gathered by planting a GPS device on his car, while officials contend no warrant is required
[NASSAU AND SUFFOLK Edition]
Newsday - Long Island, N.Y.
Author: CHAU LAM. STAFF WRITER
Date: May 1, 2004
Start Page: A.03
Section: NEWS
Abstract (Document Summary)

Although the GPS tracking device has been used for investigations in the Nassau and Suffolk police departments, officials would not discuss the matter, refusing to even say how long it's been in use or how many GPS units the departments own.

According to [Edward Goller]'s testimony, the Nassau County Police Department owns six GPS units and has been using them for investigations for about 18 months. Goller said he and nine other detectives in his bureau are able to install the GPS, and he alone has installed 15 GPS devices for a variety of investigations. They can be retrieved in minutes.

1) GETTY IMAGES FILE PHOTO - [Bruce A. Barket], defense attorney; 2) PHOTO-Defendant [Richard D. Lacey]; 3) NEWSDAY / DICK YARWOOD - [Barbara Bernstein]; 4) Cover Photo - GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSYEM similar to the one used by Nassau police. 5) Photo - GPS Receiver by Intergrated Systems Research, used to covertly track a crime suspect's vehicle. (NS); NEWSDAY Chart /Illustration by PHILIP DIONISIO-You can run, but you can't hide (see end of text); Cops' Secret Weapon. Nassau police placed an electronic GPS tracking device on burglary suspect's car without a warrant. Now a judge will decide if they violated his rights. Cover Photo - GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSYEM similar to the one used by Nassau police. (NS)

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