Business owners have the right to control the presence of guns on their premises and it appears many are treading carefully since the open carry law went into effect Nov. 1.
EDMOND, Oklahoma - Newlyweds return from their honeymoon to find that their home had been burglarized.
"We just got married a couple of weeks ago," said Danielle Sager.
If pictures are worth a thousand words then Joey and Danielle Sager hope their wedding photos can talk some sense into a thief.
EDMOND, Oklahoma -- Police officers are trying to solve property crimes all around the metro and those investigations take time--sometimes weeks if not months.
What if you could help solve one of those crimes in an instant or alert your neighbors if a thief has targeted you?
EDMOND, Oklahoma -- A new Web site aims to give regular citizens the ability to fight back against crime.
Edmond businessman Paul Conrady has just launched a Web site called crimeseen.com. The site allows individuals to post videos, police reports or any information they have on a crime.
There is tons of surveillance video of crimes that never make the news, but this site aims to put them all in one place.
EDMOND — For two years Paul Conrady has been searching for a way to help police solve neighborhood crimes.
His innovation is crimeseen.com, and it has already been successful in catching a culprit on surveillance video from a business’ security camera.
Conrady, the owner of Edmond Security, formed crimeseen.com so business and home owners with security cameras could post pictures or videos of perpetrators in the act.