HEMET (CNS) - Nearly two dozen mini-cameras situated at intersections and other locations throughout Hemet are aiding police in their crime-fighting mission, authorities said. According to Hemet Police Department Officer Cheyne Nicot, thanks to a partnership between the city and Atlanta-based Flock Safety, 20 license plate reader cameras were acquired and strategically placed at a variety of places in early June. "Since the Flock cameras went live here in Hemet, the police department has been able to safely recover 24 stolen cars and make over 20 arrests,'' Nicot said. "Hemet police investigators were also able to solve an armed robbery case, a recent carjacking and seize a cache of fireworks worth over $500 in this short period of time.'' Hemet Police Department Chief Eddie Pust said
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