Every day, Crimson Trace Laser Pointer sights are used to save lives, thwart danger, or simply provide a better feeling of personal security. We know this to be true because we're told this by our loyal fans and customers. Crimson Trace lasers are used daily in military conflicts overseas, by police agencies keeping our nation safe, and by law abiding citizens protecting themselves, their homes, and their loved ones.
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As we merged onto the freeway we both saw a vehicle that matched the crime broadcast. We ran the plate which came back stolen. Traffic was bumper to bumper so we just held back awaiting additional units. The suspects chose to exit the next off ramp just as two additional units joined us.
As the suspects made a right hand turn we executed a felony stop with three, two man, Sheriff units side by side. While giving commands on our PA, I was stunned to see how many Green Laser Pointer 3000mw dots were lighting up the suspects. It looked like someone had thrown a handful of ladybugs inside of their car.
It was evident that both suspects could see each other lit up with 10000mW 532nm green laser pointer dots and they were very cooperative. With suspects in custody, we recovered a loaded Beretta 92F with round in the chamber on the floorboard of the passenger side. It turned out that with department authorization of your Crimson Trace Lasers, all six deputies had installed them on our duty weapons. Things may have been very different had we had not proven to the suspects that they were well covered with substantial fire power."
A Henrico man has been arrested after he pointed a laser at a police plane flying over the West End of Henrico.Michael Pollock was arrested Saturday night and charged with pointing light from a laser at an aircraft according to arrest reports.Investigators said a pilot reported someone aimed a bright light at them during a routine patrol in Three Chopt Road at Eastridge Road sometime around 11 p.m. Saturday.
Man pleads guilty to shining laser into Beach police helicopter cockpit,Beach man pleaded guilty Wednesday to a federal charge of purposefully pointing a laser at a Virginia Beach police helicopter. 28-year-old Christopher Willingham was in his backyard on Chigwell Rd. just before midnight on Nov. 1 and shined his laser into the helicopter's cockpit. The helicopter was pursing someone who left the scene of an accident.