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By BRANDON MESSICK

Daily Press Staff Writer

The Artesia City Council heard a proposal Tuesday by Artesia Police Department Chief Don Raley for the purchase of a FARO laser scanner and environmental imaging software Raley believes will reduce man hours and possible error when processing crime and accident scenes.

“Inspecting a crime scene can be a process that will go from 20-24 hours to about three hours,” Raley said. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.