On April 4, 2012, the owner of a 2010 Nissan Armada discovered that his vehicle was missing from the front of his residence, where he had parked it. The owner immediately notified the Gardena Department of the theft.  Gardena officers completed a stolen vehicle report and had the Nissan’s information entered into the state and

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On March 29, 2012, the owners of a 2002 Cadillac Escalade reported their vehicle stolen to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Lakewood Station.  LASD deputies completed a stolen vehicle report and had the Cadillac’s information entered into the state and federal crime computers. This routine police action automatically activated the LoJack transponder concealed within in

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On the afternoon of February 9, 2012, a 2004 Toyota Corolla was stolen at gunpoint during a carjacking in San Bernardino, California. After the owners reported the theft to the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Office’s Victorville Station, the deputies entered the Toyota’s information in the state and federal crime databases. This routine police action automatically activated the LoJack

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On February 10, 2012, a California Highway Patrol officer from the Santa Fe Springs area was on routine patrol when his onboard LoJack Police Tracking Computer picked up the silent signal from a 1993 Nissan Altima reported stolen 90 minutes earlier in Alhambra. After obtaining a description of the vehicle, the officer continued tracking the LoJack signal until he

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On February 5, 2012, officers from the LAPD-Topanga Division picked up the silent LoJack homing signal from a 2007 Toyota Camry reported stolen 19 minutes earlier to the LAPD-Mission Division. Following directions from the LoJack Police Tracking Computer installed in their patrol vehicle, the officers tracked and located the stolen Camry traveling in the opposite

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After the owners of a 2010 Toyota Camry reported their vehicle stolen to the Los Angeles Police Department’s Newton Division, officers entered the vehicle information into the state and federal crime computers. This routine police action automatically activated the LoJack transponder concealed in the Toyota.   Six minutes later, LAPD 77th Street Division officers picked up the

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