Cameras – Knight Bilham http://knightbilham.com/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 14:06:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://knightbilham.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2021-07-02T220243.831.png Cameras – Knight Bilham http://knightbilham.com/ 32 32 T-Mobile 5G links AI wildfire detection cameras to put out fires faster https://knightbilham.com/t-mobile-5g-links-ai-wildfire-detection-cameras-to-put-out-fires-faster/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 13:00:02 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/t-mobile-5g-links-ai-wildfire-detection-cameras-to-put-out-fires-faster/ There’s a new use for 5G networks: spotting wildfires before they get out of control, a growing concern as climate change makes fires spread faster and burn longer than before. Startup Pano AI uses a series of cameras that monitor the wilderness and AI algorithms that monitor telltale smoke — an indicator of small fires […]]]>

There’s a new use for 5G networks: spotting wildfires before they get out of control, a growing concern as climate change makes fires spread faster and burn longer than before.

Startup Pano AI uses a series of cameras that monitor the wilderness and AI algorithms that monitor telltale smoke — an indicator of small fires that could turn into raging wildfires. These images are sent to the startup’s headquarters for human confirmation, and if a fire burns, evidence is sent to customers who might be affected.

While Pano AI used to send evidence photos over 4G LTE networks at slow rates of around 20-30 6-megapixel images per minute, its new partnership with T-Mobile allows it to use the carrier’s 5G network. to send video at 30 frames per second, which is about 90 times more data. Ultimately, delivering evidence to Pano AI customers, which include utility companies, much faster over 5G means faster response from firefighters and potentially crushing large fires before they become dangerous.

“The ultimate problem we’re solving is megafires, and we’re helping fire departments deploy a new strategy that’s gaining traction, which is putting more resources on the fire sooner,” said Sonia Kastner, CEO of Pano AI.

Rather than slowly increasing the number of fire engines and planes flying to drop extinguishing payloads as the fire grows, Fast initial attack is a new strategy to send all these resources immediately as soon as fire is detected. Naturally, having a network of fire detection cameras allows these resources to be quickly directed to the right places.

Pano AI works with a number of utilities, governments, fire departments, forestry companies and private landowners who in turn work with local emergency responders. Its newest and first customer to have a system using T-Mobile’s 5G network is Portland General Electric (PGE), a utility that supplies gas and electricity to 16 million customers around Portland, in Oregon. Pano AI has 20 cameras installed in the forests surrounding the city that provide 10-mile panoramic views, including power lines. This allows PGE to know if fires are heading towards its infrastructure.

T-Mobile recruited Pano AI to be part of its innovation lab alongside other companies leveraging 5G to improve their services, such as Mixhalo, which uses the carrier’s 5G network to transmit concert audio directly to the telephones of members of the public. But Pano AI’s partnership goes further, as it mounts its cameras on T-Mobile’s cell towers, saving months of time and paperwork needed to request and install its equipment on other signal towers or points. of similar view.

Pano AI expects better coverage than the 4G LTE it used after committing to implement T-Mobile’s 5G network with future customer solutions as well. The network will cover even more rural areas with the more than 7,000 additional midband 5G licenses the operator acquired in last week’s spectrum auction. This should cover areas that have challenged Pano AI in the past, such as previous customers who were so far away they needed subscriptions to SpaceX’s Starlink service or even private LTE networks that required new towers to be built – a process expensive that can take up a lot of valuable time to get up and running, Kastner said.

“And wildfires don’t wait,” Kasner said.

While Pano AI’s algorithms only detect smoke at the moment, its cameras capture a lot of data that the startup’s clients want to analyze for other fire safety indicators, like brush building that could fuel fires. of forest. In the future, Pano AI’s technology could be advanced to spot indicators of other weather-related calamities such as floods or hurricanes, Kastner said.

Currently, Pano AI has more than a dozen customers across five US states and two Australian states. They are primarily based in the western United States, although the startup is in talks with potential customers in other regions that also suffer from more wildfires, such as Florida and Tennessee. 5G will help Pano AI develop its technology and services.

“5G actually reduces the cost of prediction, which also increases the scale of prediction,” said John Saw, executive vice president of advanced and emerging technologies at T-Mobile.

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Cameras help families bond with babies in Virginia NICU – NBC4 Washington https://knightbilham.com/cameras-help-families-bond-with-babies-in-virginia-nicu-nbc4-washington/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 21:07:24 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/cameras-help-families-bond-with-babies-in-virginia-nicu-nbc4-washington/ Erica and Paul Corgel are the proud parents of Baby Alexandra, who was born in April in Northern Virginia at just 28 weeks old. “She came screaming into this world, all 2 pounds, 10 ounces of her, and was immediately taken to the NICU,” her mother said. Technology from the Angel Eye program at Virginia […]]]>

Erica and Paul Corgel are the proud parents of Baby Alexandra, who was born in April in Northern Virginia at just 28 weeks old.

“She came screaming into this world, all 2 pounds, 10 ounces of her, and was immediately taken to the NICU,” her mother said.

Technology from the Angel Eye program at Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington helped them see their daughter through a video screen when they couldn’t be with her in person.

“We incorporated it into our daily routine to help form that emotional bond before she came home,” Paul Corgel said.

Virginia Hospital Center was one of the first hospitals in the DC area to install the cameras. They said they have seen 32,000 total visits to the website so far.

Kristin Gannon, director of patient care for the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), said the idea for the cameras came about after attending a conference and getting feedback from parents.

“It gives them a little glimpse of NICU and a glimpse of their baby when they can’t be here,” she said.

Families can sign up for the Angel Eye program as soon as their baby is in NICU and watch through an app on their cell phone or computer.

To date, the families have spent more than 800 hours with the footage since the cameras went live in February. The hospital hopes to expand the program soon by adding additional cameras. The cameras help families “bond a little better, lessen their anxiety and give them a little more peace of mind,” Gannon said.

Little Alexandra has returned home after almost two months in the NICU. She is now 5 months old and thriving, her parents said.

According to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, whether a person is sitting, standing, or lying on their side when swallowing pills can make a big difference in how long it takes for the drug to start working. . Reporting by Doreen Gentzler of News4.

The Corgels said they were grateful for the technology that helped them stay connected at a stressful time.

“Our experience with Virginia Hospital Center NICU is one that, while we hope we never have to do it again, we would feel absolutely comfortable if we did,” said Erica Corgel.

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West Seattle Blog… | WEST SEATTLE BRIDGE REOPENING: The camera to watch; more, evening updates https://knightbilham.com/west-seattle-blog-west-seattle-bridge-reopening-the-camera-to-watch-more-evening-updates/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 23:51:00 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/west-seattle-blog-west-seattle-bridge-reopening-the-camera-to-watch-more-evening-updates/ 4:51 p.m.: No new information so far today at what time exactly SDOT expects to reopen Seattle West Bridge, but we learned that the 35th/Fauntleroy traffic camera has been pointed at the western entrance to the bridge so you can see when it’s open there, so we’ve embedded it above. (The high-deck cameras have not […]]]>

4:51 p.m.: No new information so far today at what time exactly SDOT expects to reopen Seattle West Bridge, but we learned that the 35th/Fauntleroy traffic camera has been pointed at the western entrance to the bridge so you can see when it’s open there, so we’ve embedded it above. (The high-deck cameras have not yet been reactivated, although we are told, again, that they are trying to do so in time for the reopening.) Update for the latest version of the image, which is updated every minute or two, or go to SDOT Travelers map to click on the camera and get a window with an option to watch live video. Camera aside, SDOT says the official “it’s open” notification will come first via Twitterthen a SDOT-Blog post, then a press release, then an email.

7:30 p.m.: From SDOT via Twitter:

8:02 p.m.: Also from SDOT – please stay off the bridge so these crews can do their jobs.

8:48 p.m.: I went to 35th/Fauntleroy for a ground level preview of the final tasks. This crew removed the “Bridge Closed/Detour” sign on the east side of Taco Time:

Data point: The panels are reusable because what they contain has been applied with adhesive, not painted, due to the materials needed to meet reflectivity requirements.

9:10 p.m.: The live webcam shows that the crews have just removed the ROAD CLOSED signs at the 35th / Fauntleroy entrance.

9:17 p.m.: And a moment after that, as we posted separately, the bridge reopened.

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Sinfonia da Camera opens its new season with the “Great” Symphony in the Great Hall https://knightbilham.com/sinfonia-da-camera-opens-its-new-season-with-the-great-symphony-in-the-great-hall/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 13:21:47 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/sinfonia-da-camera-opens-its-new-season-with-the-great-symphony-in-the-great-hall/ URBANA — Sinfonia da Camera, the chamber orchestra in residence at the University of Illinois, begins its new season on Saturday evening at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts in Urbane. This concert will feature Music Director Ian Hobson on the podium and behind the keyboard as a soloist in Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. […]]]>

URBANA — Sinfonia da Camera, the chamber orchestra in residence at the University of Illinois, begins its new season on Saturday evening at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts in Urbane.

This concert will feature Music Director Ian Hobson on the podium and behind the keyboard as a soloist in Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor.

The Illinois Newsroom’s Brian Moline spoke to Hobson about Saturday night’s program, which also includes Schubert’s Symphony No. 9 in C major, known as ‘The Great’, and opens with William Tell Overture by Rossini.


Listen to this story here.

Hobson on the Overture to William Tell:

“It’s a grand opening for a grand opera. Of course, everyone knows the end, that is to say the western, like Roy Rogers, but the beginning of (the opening) is really very interesting. It opens with five solo cellos, and when Rossini wrote it for the Paris Opera, they didn’t have five good cellos, so he had to rearrange it to put in some violas. But we won’t do that. We will use our wonderful cellos.

Hobson on conducting while also being a piano soloist:

“It’s challenging, but at the same time exhilarating. In a way, when you’re conducting these pieces, you have to worry about what the pianist is going to do. Will he slow down? Will he stop? Go fast? When I’m doing both roles, I can just give the orchestra eye contact, and there we are.

Hobson on Schubert’s Symphony No. 9 in C major:

“This piece is coming to the very end of its life. It was never performed during his lifetime. It’s kind of a celestial room. How did he manage to write this in the face of all the tribulations he had? He was not in good health. He was never going to hear this song. It is spectacularly written. It’s deep in every way, but there’s a lot of humor, great humanity, and the more I study it, the more I learn. This is one of those pieces.

Brian Moline is the host of Morning Edition and the 217 Today podcast for Illinois Public Media. Follow him on Twitter @BrianMolineWILL.

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Serial Peeping Tom in Ann Arbor released after posting bond https://knightbilham.com/serial-peeping-tom-in-ann-arbor-released-after-posting-bond/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 21:13:48 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/serial-peeping-tom-in-ann-arbor-released-after-posting-bond/ ANN ARBOR – The man arrested for planting cameras in the bathrooms of seven local businesses and a park is free on bail. A $100,000 bond was posted for Erric Morton on Friday and he was released. It was not immediately clear if he personally provided the funds or if someone posted bond on his […]]]>

ANN ARBOR – The man arrested for planting cameras in the bathrooms of seven local businesses and a park is free on bail.

A $100,000 bond was posted for Erric Morton on Friday and he was released. It was not immediately clear if he personally provided the funds or if someone posted bond on his behalf, Ann Arbor police said.

As a repeat offender who had just completed his parole for similar crimes dating back to 2015, there are concerns that he will continue to victimize unsuspecting individuals until his next court date.

“As a police department, we are obviously concerned that this will continue and we want to prevent further victimizations,” said Lt. Bonnie Theil of the Ann Arbor police. “Unfortunately, a tether was not issued in this case.”

Theil said the conditions of Morton’s bail are not to use computers or computer equipment and not to violate any law. She is also prohibited from entering the Briarwood Mall, she said.

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Lily: Man accused of planting cameras in Ann Arbor bathrooms arrested: Here’s the list of locations

Morton, 35, was arrested on September 7 on 12 counts, including capturing an image of a naked person, possession of child sexual abuse material and using a computer to commit a crime.

The Michigan State Police’s Cybercrime Unit is assisting the AAPD with digital forensics in the investigation, analyzing hundreds of videos captured in public restrooms between January 27 and July 22.

Morton planted cameras in the following locations:

  • altar state

  • Bath and body care

  • Hampton Inn and Wyndham Garden

  • Cafe Vertex (S University)

  • Starbucks (Plymouth Road)

  • Sweetwater Cafe (Plymouth Road)

  • Gallup Park

Theil said the secret cameras used by Morton came in many forms, including cameras disguised as USB outlets and, in at least one case, a pen camera attached under a sink.

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“He wasn’t putting them in stalls,” Theil said. “He was putting them in an open, family-style toilet. And he would come back later and get them back.

Lily: Peeping Tom investigation expands as man accused of planting cameras in Ann Arbor bathrooms arrested

Some videos he captured included children, and police said Morton distributed the content online.

“We view this as extremely heinous and just an awful violation and we want to get it off the streets,” Theil said. “Unfortunately, we are seeing a lot of recidivism in sexual deviance crimes.”

The AAPD has created a reporting site for people who think they were filmed by Morton. The department is also actively working to contact the people they identify in the footage.

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Regarding best practices when using public restrooms, Theil urges individuals to be vigilant at all times and to report anything strange.

“Be aware of your surroundings and look around you,” she said. “If you see anything that looks out of place, alert management immediately so they can collect it and have a look. And call the police.

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The Fiji Times » PRB installs CCTV cameras https://knightbilham.com/the-fiji-times-prb-installs-cctv-cameras/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 03:36:11 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/the-fiji-times-prb-installs-cctv-cameras/ The Public Rental Board (PRB) has installed Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras in its Raiwai and Mead Rd, Tamavua estates and will soon be following up with Reba Circle, Nadera in an effort to ensure the safety of residents. Properties manager Maloni Dauwrewa said they noticed changes in behavior within the PRB estates during and […]]]>

The Public Rental Board (PRB) has installed Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras in its Raiwai and Mead Rd, Tamavua estates and will soon be following up with Reba Circle, Nadera in an effort to ensure the safety of residents.

Properties manager Maloni Dauwrewa said they noticed changes in behavior within the PRB estates during and following the COVID-19 pandemic and there were concerns following recent youth fights that took place at the estates. PRB.

“During COVID-19, the board has put in place a policy of banning visitors due to the risk of infection,” he said at a stakeholder meeting at the resort yesterday. the Housing Authority in Valelevu.

“And we haven’t contacted our tenants for a year and a half.

“We have noticed changes in behavior.

“So out of all the negativity that we are still seeing, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. We believe there is something good that could come out of a domain of the Public Housing Authority.

Mr Daurewa said they were working with youth groups to help clean up their properties.

“We engage our young people and empower them to be more responsible in maintaining the estates.”

To enhance safety and security, he said CCTV cameras had been installed in the Raiwai and Mead Rd areas.

“And in two weeks we will go live Nadera, domain of Reba Circle.

“We are grateful to the Fiji Police for bringing the cameras live to the command centre.

“It’s a huge step between what we were doing before and what we’re doing now.”

Mr Daurewa said the safety of PRB tenants was a priority area for the council and every effort was being made to ensure their safety.

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ChromeOS can step up to add background blur and other camera effects for video conferencing https://knightbilham.com/chromeos-can-step-up-to-add-background-blur-and-other-camera-effects-for-video-conferencing/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 20:55:00 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/chromeos-can-step-up-to-add-background-blur-and-other-camera-effects-for-video-conferencing/ Who knows if your chat client will make this a paid feature in the future? Videoconferencing is a big deal, period. Regardless of the ongoing ordeal we are still experiencing, video conferencing would have gained momentum in one way or another. So much so that a number of chat clients, including Google Meet, have integrated […]]]>

Who knows if your chat client will make this a paid feature in the future?


Videoconferencing is a big deal, period. Regardless of the ongoing ordeal we are still experiencing, video conferencing would have gained momentum in one way or another. So much so that a number of chat clients, including Google Meet, have integrated cloud-powered background blur effects for most of us who are stuck in our messy, unrepresentable rooms. . For Chromebook owners, however, you may soon get more bang for your buck with OS-level capabilities.

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9to5Google marked a rather explicit potential feature flag in the Chromium Gerrit called #vc-background-blur it’s been in the works for a while. Digging deeper, the feature could actually be one of multiple ongoing effects – including something called Portrait Relighting – made possible by something called or at least involving the EffectsStreamManipulator. EffectsStreamManipulator was described as having been “extensively tested” on ChromeOS boards running Intel Tiger Lake and Alder Lake chips (11th and 12th Gen Core products). Separately, another feature called “AUTO_FRAMING” was also mentioned in this commit. If it looks like what we saw with what was Google Duo, that means your chat client’s field of view will be cropped and adjusted to your positioning relative to where you are in the camera.

There are a few hurdles the dev team will have to jump through before the feature actually goes live – one of them includes how to lock the manipulator to the stream that goes into the client – so we’re willing to bet that the wait for these features will last for months.

Rebasing background blur and other video effects from a cloud service to local hardware will keep some users from paying for those extra features, but as noted with the benchmark hardware, you’ll probably need a more expensive ChromeOS device to enjoy.

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DA – NBC Bay Area https://knightbilham.com/da-nbc-bay-area/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 04:50:38 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/da-nbc-bay-area/ A Contra Costa County man is accused of placing hidden cameras at several East Bay businesses, including Starbucks restrooms, authorities say. “At this point, if we were to put a number on it, it would be dozens, maybe a hundred additional new victims,” ​​said Contra Costa County Assistant District Attorney Chris Sansome. Sansome said he […]]]>

A Contra Costa County man is accused of placing hidden cameras at several East Bay businesses, including Starbucks restrooms, authorities say.

“At this point, if we were to put a number on it, it would be dozens, maybe a hundred additional new victims,” ​​said Contra Costa County Assistant District Attorney Chris Sansome.

Sansome said he expects more victims to be involved in the case of 54-year-old Steven Novelli. Novelli, who made his first court appearance in Martinez on Thursday, faces dozens of charges for allegedly installing hidden cameras inside Starbucks restrooms in Walnut Creek.

The cameras were reportedly placed under a sink, pointing directly at the toilet. But the investigation has now uncovered evidence, showing that Novelli did the same at three other East Bay businesses.

The district attorney’s office declined to name the businesses, citing an ongoing investigation, but will say they are in Contra Costa County, possibly in downtown Walnut Creek. The camera setup is similar to what they saw in Starbucks.

“It appears that, consistent with Starbucks behavior, there are hidden cameras in the bathrooms in these locations,” Sansome said.

Daniel Greenberg, manager of Main Street Kitchen, located a few blocks from the Walnut Creek Starbucks. After hearing about the case, he said his staff are now checking bathrooms more closely to avoid becoming a target.

“I’m looking for a light, I guess to help me identify if there was something out there. Paying more attention to what’s going on,” Greenburg said.

Janay Mcculough, the owner of Tellus Coffee, told NBC Bay Area on Thursday that they’re also vigilant to make sure their businesses don’t become a target.

“What I find even scarier is that he won’t be the only one, will he? So I think that’s something we need to be on alert with anyway,” he said. she declared.

As for Novelli, he will remain in custody at the Martinez detention center. His next court hearing will be on September 28.

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Broome County School Bus Stop Arm Cameras Return https://knightbilham.com/broome-county-school-bus-stop-arm-cameras-return/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 13:30:26 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/broome-county-school-bus-stop-arm-cameras-return/ As parents prepare to send their children back to school, Broome County officials say school bus stop arm cameras will be working for a second year. Bob Joseph/WNBF NewsBob Joseph/WNBF News Last year, 3,030 violations were recorded once the stop arm cameras began rolling in June 2021. Broome County Office of Emergency Services officials say […]]]>

As parents prepare to send their children back to school, Broome County officials say school bus stop arm cameras will be working for a second year.

Bob Joseph/WNBF News

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Last year, 3,030 violations were recorded once the stop arm cameras began rolling in June 2021.

Broome County Office of Emergency Services officials say they want motorists to remember that if they illegally pass a stopped school bus, they will be arrested and fined.

Buses throughout Broome County are fitted with numerous cameras, including ones that activate when the stop arm extends. This allows the area around the bus to be automatically recorded in video and photography with vehicles captured on film as they pass illegally, endangering the lives of children getting on and off the bus.

Under New York State Motor Vehicle Law, drivers approaching a school bus that has stopped to receive or discharge passengers and that has at least one flashing red light activated must stop and stand still until the bus continues to move or the driver signals the other vehicle to pass.

New York State law has set the penalty scale at: the initial violation results in a fine of $250, which is mailed to the registered owner of the offending vehicle. Second and third offenses within an 18-month period carry fines of $275 and $300 respectively.

Broome County’s Stop Arm program began this summer. With a summer break in July and August when there are far fewer buses on the road, 46 offenses were still recorded.

In addition to being aware of the return of school buses to the road, motorists should also remember that speed limits in school zones are back in effect and they should watch for children, especially around bus stops. buses and school facilities.

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Homicide of Express Pantry man shot dead in Northwest Indy https://knightbilham.com/homicide-of-express-pantry-man-shot-dead-in-northwest-indy/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 20:22:43 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/homicide-of-express-pantry-man-shot-dead-in-northwest-indy/ INDIANAPOLIS — Police are looking for two suspects following a fatal shooting in northwest Indy. Just before 6 p.m. Sunday night, police were called to the parking lot outside an Express Pantry convenience store at 4281 N. High School Road to find a man shot dead inside a car. This whole crime was filmed. Man […]]]>

INDIANAPOLIS — Police are looking for two suspects following a fatal shooting in northwest Indy.

Just before 6 p.m. Sunday night, police were called to the parking lot outside an Express Pantry convenience store at 4281 N. High School Road to find a man shot dead inside a car.

This whole crime was filmed.

CCTV cameras show a car leaving High School Road and pulling into a parking space. Within seconds, the driver was shot.

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police asked us not to share this video again, which showed two suspects getting out of the victim’s car.

One of the suspects exited the rear driver’s seat and another exited the front passenger seat. Less than 5 seconds after the suspects got out of the car, shots were fired and the two suspects then casually drove away from the scene.

Still image from surveillance video showing victim’s car pulling into parking lot

“I’m just hurt,” said the victim’s mother, Jennifer White. “You left a mother without a son.”

White identified the victim as his son, Dakylen White, 19, whose own father died at exactly the same age.

“His father died at 19. His father was killed at 19 and now his son was killed at 19,” she said. “It’s a mess.”

Approved photo of Dakylen White

Jennifer’s son was also due to father an unborn son himself in October.

The IMPD did not release any information about a possible motive for White’s murder, but said it was not a random act of violence.

Surveillance video clearly showed the victim and two suspects walking to the scene of the murder together.

“We’re losing too many of our children, our teenagers, and that’s not good,” Jennifer said.

White’s death marked the fourth homicide investigated by IMPD over the weekend. Starting Friday evening on Fieldcrest Lane, three people were shot in the space of just three hours.

Jennifer said she just wished everyone learned how to deal with conflict without gunfire.

“It’s just sad to know that my son is the fourth homicide this weekend,” she said. “But the violence must stop.”

No arrests were made for any of the four homicides over the weekend.

Anyone with information about the High School Road incident should contact Detective Anthony Johnson at the IMPD Homicide Bureau at (317) 327-3475 or by email at Anthony.Johnson@indy.gov.

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