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2. The homeowner was so upset she called police. Sheriff’s deputies were able to make contact with two solicitors that evening: Anthony Depaola and Stanley Sanchez, both of who said they were not aware that they could not be out soliciting that late, though city regulations make that clear to all permitted solicitors. They came to my home at 8:30. I opened the door, determined that he was not the FedEx guy I was waiting for, said I was not interested. He said he was not selling anything. I asked him to leave and he would not, just kept talking, so I closed the door when it became clear that he would not stop talking, and asked him to leave immediately. He then waited a minute or two and began to knock/pound on the door, shouting that he just wanted to talk. I locked the door and texted my neighbor to warn her. Wish I had called the sheriff when he did not leave my property. I also wish that some standards would be employed before the city hands out solicitation permits.

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Until the company fixes these issues, Arlo fans should wait for 4K. In the spirit of increased resolution, Blink updated their cameras to the new XT2 model, which add weather resistance on top of their increased picture quality. We also wanted to offer some of the sets that include their own monitors as part of the system's hub, which have become increasingly popular among wireless offerings, and have easily slid into both the first and second spots on our list. If you happen to own an Amazon Echo Show, you can hook up their Cloud Cams to give you a similar configuration. Some outgoing models on this new ranking include the Tend Secure Lynx, which was a great idea with its included solar panel, but that was so slow to wake up that a fast moving criminal who knew what they wanted from your home could get in and get out before the thing even started recording. We also said goodbye to the Simplisafe Bravo, which offered a nice range of security features like independent motion sensors, but was stuck at just 720p resolution. Moving forward with this new ranking, we wanted to make sure that the minimum resolution on any set was 1080p, and we were keen to add the Arlo Ultra 4K to the list, but it's currently plagued by connectivity issues that cause the camera to cut out and need to be manually reset. Until the company fixes these issues, Arlo fans should wait for 4K. In the spirit of increased resolution, Blink updated their cameras to the new XT2 model, which add weather resistance on top of their increased picture quality. We also wanted to offer some of the sets that include their own monitors as part of the system's hub, which have become increasingly popular among wireless offerings, and have easily slid into both the first and second spots on our list. If you happen to own an Amazon Echo Show, you can hook up their Cloud Cams to give you a similar configuration.

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