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Stupid Case File for July 1, 2006

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Maybe it was a dark night or maybe he had something else on his mind. Whatever the reason, police say a 21-year-old Lincoln man didn’t notice a parked police cruiser sitting in a parking lot less than a block from where he allegedly tried to break-in to a closed convenience store.

Officer Don Scheinost said Officer Travis Lore had been watching the 21st and G street intersection about 1 a.m. Thursday for traffic violations when he spotted a young man walking over to the Super C at 745 S. 21st St.

A minute later, Lore spotted the same man sprinting back to a house on G Street. A couple minutes passed. Then the man came out of the house, wearing a stocking cap and he jogged back over to the store.

Scheinost said at that point the officer decided to check it out. When he got closer, he saw the man, allegedly Michael P. Donner, running back to the house, where he took off his stocking cap and sat on the porch.

About that same time, police got a report of a burglar alarm going off at Super C.

The officer talked to Donner, who told him he’d been at the store and had seen another man try to kick in the front glass door window.

But Scheinost said police arrested Donner after a review of the store’s surveillance camera showed Donner, “plain as day,” trying to break the glass with a rock.

He was in jail Thursday on suspicion of attempted burglary.


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Talking Security Devices. First these devices have been used mainly for talking, but later on they have been integrated into home security system, along with other facilities like opening the door, turning on the light, and for emergency alert.

Back-up Power Supply. You don’t want to live in a movie, especially not in a classic thriller where the lights and home security system turn off especially when you need them more. To avoid this protect your house with a back-up supply.

Smoke Detectors. They add supplementary security to your home. The important thing is to be integrated into your home security and alarm system. These detectors don’t just detect the smoke but they can also help you to escape from a fire in time, at the same time, they cam notify the fire department. Some smoke detector systems have a power supply integrated.

House or Window Decals and Yard Signs. These are quite harmless signs of a possible existence of home security system in your house; they are posted on visible places, like windows, doors, in the yards etc., to scary, confuse and deter the burglars.

Wireless Systems. They offer all the protection necessary to your home and you get rid of hiding and masking all those cords, wires and extra outlets (you can never use for other purposes). The parts, spread around your home, communicate with the master control panel through radio frequencies – mostly used together with wireless CCTV cameras .

Security Services. These services are furnished by companies, which offer you not only the installation but also the maintenance of the system, the monitoring for cases of emergency to alert the police department, fire department, the ambulance, and relocation services for the cases when you move.

Master Control Panel. It is the central device that collects the information from all the sensors and keypads, and transmits the data to the monitoring companies.

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November 17, 2006 12:18 PM  

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