STUART, Fla. (AP) _ Three Martin County commissioners are fighting against a proposal to have talking surveillance cameras installed at public beaches.
Commissioner Michael DiTerlizzi came up with the idea after several men were arrested at the county's beaches for either indecent exposure or solicitation for sex.
The cameras that flash a bright light after sensing motion and then give a verbal warning before recording. They are being used in Los Angeles to catch graffiti vandals.
Commissioners Lee Weberman, Sarah Heard and Susan Valliere are
against the idea.
The commission votes on the issue in January.
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