Robbery Charges Filed Thanks To Find My IPhone
A defendant was charged in Chicago with robbery after the victim's iPhone was located via the MobileMe tone in the juvenile residence facility where the iPhone was located. Apparently, the culprit couldn't figure out how to stop the ping. Sadly, this didn't make the local news-likely because of the extremely violent spring we have had here in the city. but I knew you guys would appreciate hearing this
- 04-25-2010, 09:01 PM #2
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Nobody is saying that the entirety of the US is a violent hell-hole, but the big cities are exponentially more violent than big cities in many other countries.
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I live in Chicago and it is a wonderful place to be. It has a lot offer. Although there are some shady areas (like any city) and sometimes the violence occurs because someone are in the wrong place at the wrong time, that doesn't mean it is fair to classify it as overly violent. I don't know about bringing in the National Guard to help...
That being said *knock on wood*
- 04-26-2010, 04:36 PM #15
In Toronto, there were only 70 for that same year. New York has more than 10x as many murders as Toronto, and that's not a rare comparison.
Toronto has violent areas too as does any city, but the total numbers are undeniably different.
- 04-27-2010, 12:46 PM #16