Fitbit helps police nab woman’s alleged killer, her stepfather

A California woman’s Fitbit led to her 90-year-old stepfather being charged with her murder. Anthony Aiello is accused of killing his 67-year-old stepdaughter, Karen Navarra, last month. Her Fitbit recorded a rapid rise in her heart rate before a sudden drop-off to nothing.

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Sgt Edwin Raymond On Police Quotas, NYPD 12 & Says He Was Denied Promotion Due To Kaepernick Support