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Vinžík screams to alert his friend of the bear that's following him and the bear cuts off trail.The biker in front stops, which was probably a good idea considering the trail ahead had a switchback, which would have put the bikers right in the path of the bear after it cut off trail.The officer takes four steps, arms extended, and opens fire at the back of Ronald Johnson III, the muzzle of his gun flashing five times in the dark as Johnson runs out of view of the camera and collapses.

In that sense, it's a do-it-yourself and inexpensive alternative to pricey home security systems and burglar alarms.HOW IT WORKSWhen Nest Cam detects motion activity you'll receive alerts on your smartphone.High resolution images are full 3,5 or 8MP images saved to the SD card on the camera.You can request these full resolution images remotely over the wireless network and also receive your images directly off of the SD card.View Menu For reservations contact the CAM Caf at 910.777.2363.

The fine new Nest Cam home-security video camera, introduced recently by Google-owned Nest Labs for 9, is a 4.5-inch inch tall eyeball on a pedestal that's connected to Wi-Fi and can send you alerts on your phone.

The resolution on these lower, but viewable images, provide a good indication of what the full resolution “high res” image captured.

This allows you to see a lot more images from the camera at a more reasonable monthly price to gauge what is in front of your camera.

The Cook County State's Attorney's office released a police dash-cam video of the October 2014 fatal shooting of Ronald Johnson by a Chicago police officer. The Cook County State's Attorney's office released a police dash-cam video of the October 2014 fatal shooting of Ronald Johnson by a Chicago police officer. The scene on the grainy police dash-cam video unfolds in just seconds.

This is an edited version of the video, which also includes 911 audio and a blown-up version of the shooting provided by the state's attorney's office. This is an edited version of the video, which also includes 911 audio and a blown-up version of the shooting provided by the state's attorney's office. Responding to a call of shots fired, Chicago police Officer George Hernandez jumps out of his unmarked squad car and gives chase to a suspect running toward Washington Park.

A few mountain bikers had an unwelcome guest briefly joint their downhill run at the Malinô Brdo in Slovakia recently.