Smile for the Cameras in Medina

People complain about Bremerton’s “Big Brother” in the form of red-light cameras. How about Medina?

The Seattle Times reports cameras read the license plates of every car coming into town.

If a hit comes up for a felony — say, the vehicle was reported stolen or is being driven by a homicide suspect — the information is transmitted instantaneously to police, who can “leap into action,” said Police Chief Jeffrey Chen.

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