#Video shows woman attacking teen she falsely accused of stealing her iPhone | #ESC_LLC #Hotel #Camera | Authorities in New York City released parts of a security camera video Wednesday showing a woman rushing at and attempting to tackle the 14-year-old son of jazz musician Keyon Harrold who she falsely accused of stealing her iPhone that she left in an Uber (nbcnews.com) https://wp.me/p97JNV-1oJ
The 10-second clip shows the woman tackling Keyon Harrold Jr. and encircling her arms around him on Saturday in the lobby of the Arlo Soho, an upscale, boutique hotel in New York where Harrold and his son were guests, the hotel said.
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“If it were not for the presence of video surveillance systems equipped with quality cameras, many criminal occurrences would be undocumented and the perpetrators would get away with it,” says John Larkin, ESC Senior Partner. “I know that most of us want to buy the cheapest thing on the market, but let me assure you that this philosophy where it comes to video cameras will not work well in the real world.”
DIY and cheap professionally installed cameras are not capable of capturing enough detail for law enforcement to determine an assailant’s identity. The only hope of identification then lies with the cloths they wear, their mannerisms, and the way they walk.