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LoJack® System Helps Police Recover Stolen John Deere 310 Backhoe

On September 16th, 2014 the owners of a 2004 John Deere 310 Backhoe noticed the backhoe was missing from their construction site in Orange County, FL. They contacted the police to report that their equipment was stolen. Police verified the theft and entered the vehicle information into the state and federal crime computers which automatically

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Man kidnapped, assaulted estranged wife, police say

  By ERIC HARTLEY / ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER Police arrested a 36-year-old man on charges of kidnapping his estranged wife, then driving her to the Costa Mesa home of a man with whom he thought she was having an affair. The arrest last week was the latest in a string of criminal charges since last year

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The LoJack® System Helps California Highway Patrol Recover Stolen Toyota Tacoma in ELEVEN MINUTES!

This next case took place in a California town located very close to Disneyland. A 2011 Toyota Tacoma was stolen by the owner’s ex-boyfriend, who obviously is no Prince Charming. The extremely fast recovery proves that, no matter how far a thief goes, with the LoJack® System and your local police doing the tracking, it’s

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LoJack Helps Orange County Sheriff’s Office Recover Stolen Honda Accord, Owner Arrested for Insurance Fraud

On June 13th, the owner of a Honda Accord contacted the Orange County (FL.) Sheriff’s Office to report that her vehicle was stolen from the parking lot of her mother’s apartment complex where she had left the Honda on June 7th. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office verified the theft and entered the vehicle information into

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California Police Helicopters Aid in Recovering Motorcycle Stolen Out of North Las Vegas; Suspect Placed in Custody

After the owner of a 2009 Honda CBR1000 motorcycle reported their bike stolen to North Las Vegas Police Department, the motorcycle’s information was entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) computers, which automatically activated the LoJack transponder concealed on the bike. Within 48 hours of the bike being discovered missing, multiple police agencies in

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