Baltimore’s decision to save surveillance footage of Freddie Gray’s arrest and the unrest that followed has significantly reduced the storage capacity of some cameras on the city’s closed-circuit system, shrinking the time police have to save footage to help with other criminal investigations, a newspaper reported Friday.
Beefing up security. Baltimore businesses are allowing police to access their private security systems.
Surveillance video and pictures from the public have made it possible to put a face to the suspected marathon bombers.
One Baltimore City neighborhood has more police now looking out for criminals, thanks for 12 new security cameras now up and running.