Unconventional uses for Google Earth…
Recently, a Florida Panhandle deputy sheriff was able to track down and arrest a man on charges of illegally dumping of a boat near his home with a surprising tool…
Google Earth… has archived satellite and aerial images of communities across the world. After finding an 18-foot boat dumped in an undeveloped subdivision about 15 miles north of Pensacola, the deputy too a look at past images of the surrounding area and saw a fuzzy image of the same vessel at a nearby home.
Authorities indicated that when the homeowner was confronted, he admitted dumping the boat and had his son later remove it.
Police say it cost $18 to dispose of the boat at a landfill. However, the illegal dumper, now faces a $5,000 fine and up to five years in prison for the offense.
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There are add-on software utilities available for CounterPoint that allow you to remotely view and record Point of Sale transactions in your stores? If you are interested having this sort of monitoring tool, please
contact the CCS Retail Systems Marketing Department