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What can Wrightsville Beach police do with their in-car computers and MDTs?

F.T. Norton
StarNews

While officers cannot run criminal histories through their in-car computers, they can do a number of other things that are useful to them in the field, Wrightsville Police Chief Dan House said.

“Officers can run some information on their MDT such as drivers license information and vehicle registration information. They will also be alerted if the person they stop is wanted (active arrest warrant) for a crime,” House said. “They have Internet in the vehicles and could look up information available on the internet as well.”

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