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Jury acquits man in murder case involving stingray phone tracker
Jury acquits man in murder case involving stingray phone tracker

A Baltimore man who was charged with murder in a case in which police used a controversial cellphone tracking device was acquitted of all charges by a jury last week, his attorney said Monday. Anthony Todd, 47, was charged in the 2013 death of Kevin Gipson after police used the tracking device known as a "stingray" to locate Gipson's phone inside Todd's Northwest Baltimore home. Todd said he had found the phone on the front porch of a vacant home. He took the stand during his trial and made the same claim. Todd's attorney, Richard Woods, sought to suppress the phone evidence. He argued that police should have obtained permission from a judge to use the device,...

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