Police Arrest Apartment Clubhouse Gunman

Posted by Amy Hite on May 24, 2016

Catch of the Month Newsletter: Police Arrest Apartment Clubhouse Gunman

The sign in this apartment lounge states 'live video surveillance'. We really ARE watching as this gunman learned.

Watch the Video: Police Arrest Apartment Clubhouse and Fitness Center Gunman

In addition to the sign there are video security cameras in the lounge, fitness center, and outside. This individual chose to ignore the sign and cameras and brought out his gun. The suspect starts a short workout, packs his gun, and leaves the room. Meanwhile four police officers with a rifle and handguns have arrived and arrest him.

Stealth now watches over 9,000 cameras

We appreciate your support as we continue to grow. In the month of April Stealth logged over 2,500 incidents that led to 338 successful speaker deterrences, 457 police dispatches, and 26 arrests.

What happens when your cameras aren't watched

A building under renovation experienced multiple thefts despite having cameras. A video from an unwatched video camera showed the thief helping himself to a slice of cake and a bottle of juice in the middle of the heist.

Recycling center owner convicted of metal and copper theft

A criminal enterprise stole 74,000 pounds of nickel and copper telecommunication lines from West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky. The scrap metal was valued at $315,000.

Stealth Monitoring is the leader in live video surveillance with over 9,000 watched cameras. Stealth specializes in proactive and intelligent live video monitoring that can significantly improve threat protection and police response. Clients include shopping centers, warehouses, office buildings, industrial facilities, apartments, car dealerships, schools and other businesses with outdoor assets. They range from large global enterprises to single locations.

Contact Stealth today for remote security monitoring to protect your building or property. Visit our web site to see actual videos of criminals being apprehended.

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