"Over the past few years, companies like Starchase have begun developing technologies like its 'GPS bullet' pursuit management system, which the company describes as a 'real-time tagging and tracking tool to reduce dangerous high-speed pursuits.' The Starchase system can be mounted to the front-grill of police cruisers, and it fires stick-on 'GPS bullets' or tracking devices at the suspect's vehicle through a compressed-air launcher. 'The dispatcher then views the location and movements of the tagged vehicle in near real-time on a digital roadmap via a secure Internet connection,' thus rendering a dangerous high speed car-chase unnecessary. The system is being tested by a number of police departments around the US."
"We found our building there, with more than a few layers of additions and corrections accumulated over time (pity one cannot peek underneath and revert to original). What caught our attention was the bungalow on the roof, or 12th floor — when we already knew there were supposed to be only eleven! We found some old photos of this little roof penthouse from when Mr. Phelan was entertaining the dignitaries there... Apple Maps confirmed the existence of something on the roof."