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Surveillance video playing role in high profile crimes

Credit: WPTV News | West Palm Beach
Published on October 2, 2019 - Duration: 01:52s

Surveillance video playing role in high profile crimes

In the case that gained national attention this week of the family carjacked on the way home from Disney, new images taken just before that violent attack in Martin County helped deputies identify a suspect quickly.

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Surveillance video playing role in high profile crimes

A FAMILY CARJACKED ONTHE WAY HOME FROMDISNEY WORLD.NOW ONLY ON FIVE..NEW IMAGES TAKEN JUST*BEFOR* THIS VIOLENTATTACK IN MARTINCOUNTY..IMAGES THAT HELPEDDEPUTIES IDENTIFY ASUSPECT SO QUICKLY.WPTV NEWSCHANNEL 5'SJON SHAINMAN REPORTSFROM STUART.<<A carjackingSunday."Did yousee the weapon?

Hepointed it at us)An arrest on Monday.("i'm sorry.")Martin Countydetectives trackeddown the suspect, 21year-old Jaquay Jean,in North Miami.WPTV NewsChannel 5obtained these stillphotos investigatorssay shows Jeangetting dropped offat a gas station inPalm City Sunday.Surveillance videofrom the Mobilstation appears tocapture the suspectcircling his intendedtarget a few momentslater& beforestriking.Today'sjury almost expectssome kind of videoevidence.")Martin County SheriffWilliam Snyder sayswhen it comes tovideo, there's adelicate balance ofpersonal liberty,privacy, and the needto protect ourselvesfrom criminals."As longas governmentcontinues to respectindividual rights,video evidence andvideo camera areprobably going to bepart of American lifefor the foreseeablefuture.")In fact,video has helped MCSOdetectives solve twomajor crimes in thepast few weeks.")Investigators saythey also have videothat captures themoments 23 year-oldDiana Ortiz of FortPierce was killed inthe parking lot ofSea Turtle Beach inJensen Beach.

StuartPolice later capturedher accused killer,Oscar Gil, who wasinvolved in a crash."Westill have work todo.

Video doesn't doaway with good policework.

It just lends apiece of evidencethat is so damning,that's often timesthe end of the caseas far as court.")Sheriff Snyder saystaking the videoplatforms thatbusinesses have, andadding that to peoplethat have cameras intheir homes that theyshare, it's a newarea for lawenforcement, thathelps them sol

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