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Texas Sheriffs Crash $250k Drone They're Not Supposed To Be Flying 93

Posted by Soulskill
from the reportedly-called-the-experience-"wicked-sweet" dept.
SpaceGhost writes: "The Houston Chronicle reveals that Friday morning a $250,000 drone was lost by the Sheriff's department in Lake Conroe (just north of Houston.) Divers have been searching for the drone. What's more, the drone is reportedly over the FAA's 25-pound weight limit, so they shouldn't have been flying it in the first place (the Chronicle says 49 pounds, the Montgomery County Police Reporter says 29 pounds — either way, it's too heavy). The MCPR article goes on to discuss the recently passed Texas Legislature House Bill 912 which restricts the use of drones to observe private property, likely influenced by the January 2012 discovery of illegal pig blood runoff and subsequent indictment."
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Texas Sheriffs Crash $250k Drone They're Not Supposed To Be Flying

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