A shell casing flies as CMPD training officer Kip White shoots into an enclosure meant to contain a bullet after firing during a test of the ShotSpotter detection system.__ Charlotte-Mecklenburg police tested the ShotSpotter system in March 2013. ShotSpotter uses specialized sensors to help pinpoint where shots are fired in the Grier Heights community and in uptown Charlotte.
A shell casing flies as CMPD training officer Kip White shoots into an enclosure meant to contain a bullet after firing during a test of the ShotSpotter detection system.__ Charlotte-Mecklenburg police tested the ShotSpotter system in March 2013. ShotSpotter uses specialized sensors to help pinpoint where shots are fired in the Grier Heights community and in uptown Charlotte. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
A shell casing flies as CMPD training officer Kip White shoots into an enclosure meant to contain a bullet after firing during a test of the ShotSpotter detection system.__ Charlotte-Mecklenburg police tested the ShotSpotter system in March 2013. ShotSpotter uses specialized sensors to help pinpoint where shots are fired in the Grier Heights community and in uptown Charlotte. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
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