On a frigid afternoon on October 26, 2012, the owner of a 2005 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer Edition contacted the Adams County Sheriff’s Office to report the vehicle stolen. Adams County deputies verified the theft and had the Ford’s information entered into the state and federal crime computers. This action automatically activated the LoJack transponder

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On August 14, 2012, the owner of a 2002 Toyota Corolla contacted La Habra Police Department to report his vehicle had been stolen. La Habra Police verified the theft and entered the Toyota’s information into the state and federal crime computers, which automatically activated the LoJack transponder concealed in the vehicle. Minutes later, a Canine

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On April 22, 2012, the owners of a 2005 Jeep Wrangler contacted the Lakewood Police Department to report that their vehicle had been stolen from their apartment house parking lot sometime during the last several hours. The police verified the theft and entered the vehicle information into the state and federal crime computers, which automatically

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On May 6, 2012, the owner of a 2003 Subaru Legacy discovered that the vehicle had been stolen from West Main Street in Westminster, Maryland. The owner contacted the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department, who responded to the scene, conducted an investigation, and had the Subaru’s information entered into the state and federal crime computers. This

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Just before midnight on February 6, 2012, the owners of a 2007 Saturn Aura XR discovered that their vehicle had been stolen.  They quickly reported the theft to the Adams County Sheriff’s Office, who completed a stolen vehicle report and had the Saturn’s information entered into the state and federal crime computer systems. This routine

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After the owners reported their 1998 Honda CRX stolen to the Riverside Sheriff’s Department’s Lake Elsinore Station, the vehicle information was entered into the statewide and nationwide stolen vehicle system (SVS/NCIC) computer databases. This routine police action automatically activated the LoJack transponder concealed in the vehicle, causing the transponder to begin emitting a silent homing

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After the owners reported their 1998 Honda CRX stolen to the Riverside Sheriff’s Department’s Lake Elsinore Station, the vehicle information was entered into the statewide and nationwide stolen vehicle system (SVS/NCIC) computer databases. This routine police action automatically activated the LoJack transponder concealed in the vehicle, causing the transponder to begin emitting a silent homing

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On February 18, 2012, officers from the Costa Mesa Police Department  began to pick up the silent LoJack signal from a 1999 Toyota Corolla reported stolen 19 minutes earlier to the Westminster Police Department. Following the directional signal on the LoJack Police Tracking Computer installed in their patrol vehicles, the officers tracked the signal to

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