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Topic - Andrew Solberg
D.C. police are increasingly relying on video footage pulled from the city's network of surveillance cameras in criminal investigations, as officers identify more effective ways to deploy the devices and detectives find new uses for them.
A man was injured in a shooting in the Northeast D.C. neighborhood of Brentwood, not far from the scene where two men were shot over the weekend, according to police reports.
Tim Day, a GOP candidate for the D.C. Council who by his own admission has worked with federal authorities in the ongoing criminal probes of D.C. officials, has been persistently threatened and his home vandalized since he helped bring down former council member Harry Thomas Jr.
But based on the results, he said, the cameras should be checked against crime statistics more often and moved as needed.
Solberg said of the first assessment of cameras in the 5th District.