Police put in tight jam: Cellphone jammers might silence annoying public chat, but they also risk officers’ safety

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The Mounties have warned every police agency in the country about cellphone jammers after two Quebec officers were left with two suspects and dead radios on a darkened highway shoulder last month. It was Oct. 15 and the Quebec City police officers had stopped a car whose occupants they believed were connected with organized crime. When they approached the car, they saw “a suspicious device” on its door, police sources said. The suspects told police they bought the “jammer” — which sends out a powerful radio signal that makes it impossible for phones within a 10-metre radius to communicate with cell towers — on eBay. The officers seized the jammer and alerted their criminal intelligence section. That section alerted the Cornwall integrated criminal intelligence section which sent the officer safety bulletin nationwide on Oct. 29.

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Tests find chemical after normal heating of ‘microwave safe’ plastics

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10 Items Sent to the Lab
Products tested for the Journal Sentinel:
• Munchkin bowls
• Gerber Graduates Pasta Pick-ups
• Gerber 2nd Foods Hawaiian Delight dessert
• Campbell’s Just Heat & Enjoy tomato soup
• Enfamil liquid baby formula
• Hormel chili
• Stouffer’s macaroni and cheese and Stouffer’s lasagna
• Playtex VentAire baby bottles also were tested, but the company has since reformulated the product to eliminate bisphenol A
How to Avoid BPA
• Do not microwave food or beverages in plastic.
• Do not microwave or heat plastic cling wraps.
• Do not place plastics in the dishwasher.
• If using hard polycarbonate plastics (water bottles, baby bottles or sippy cups), do not use for warm or hot liquids.
• Use safe alternatives such as glass.
• Avoid canned foods when possible (BPA may be used in can linings).
• Look for labels on products that say “BPA-free.”
• Rubbermaid Premier food storage container

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