Photo credit: Faye Murman | Irvington police officer Patrick Crisci inspects a car after pulling the driver over for allegedly driving with a suspended registration. The Irvington Police's license plate scanners pick up information about vehicles as they pass and alert the officer if there is anything illegal associated with the plate. (June 26, 2012)
With July 4 festivities in full swing, police throughout the Hudson Valley will be relying more than ever on vehicle-tracking cameras to nab lawbreakers -- and even terror suspects. But although law enforcement is clamoring for more of the high-tech gadgets, some motorists aren't that revved up about being tracked.
"Isn't that kind of an invasion of privacy?" asked Vicki Clemente, 61, of Yonkers....
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