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Lol, okay. It happened to a friend of mine when she was in highschool. Got lost trying to go to a Riversharks game and had a picture of her plate sent home to her family a few weeks later.
Heres an article about the survalence in Camden.
What I can guess happened is that her car was suspected of being in a drug deal, even though she never stopped and talked to anyone.
“Those same cameras are able to snap pictures of license plates on vehicles suspected of being used in drug sales.”
Oh, wait! Heres a better one.
“Authorities will contact car owners to inform them that their automobiles were identified at the scene of a drug buy.
The owners won’t be charged, but they will receive letters warning them that in the future police will be on the lookout for these cars in the city, and will take action if circumstances warrant,” the county prosecutor’s office said in a release. “That action could extend to seizing the vehicle, if police see its driver engaging in further illegal activity.”
“While Camden is the site of drug buys—including a well-known open air drug dealing spot at 6th and York—authorities said it’s often county suburban residents who come into the city seeking narcotics. The 6th and York location, for example, is a popular spot to purchase heroin.
The intersection of 6th and York drew the city police department’s attention due to the extraordinary volume of open air drug dealing taking place there at almost every hour of the day. The area is also easily accessible to suburban residents. Typically buyers come to the area to purchase heroin.”