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Old 01-27-2013, 9:29 PM
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Unidentified TG (MPSCS, more than likely off of the St. Clair County Simulcast using my PSR800; was not able to get radio ID's):

12935: All traffic was encrypted.
Transmissions recorded on January 21, 2013 from:
10:49 to 10:59 am (multiple transmissions)
11:32 to 13:07 (multiple transmissions)
15:00 to 15:04 (multiple transmissions)
15:25 to 15:30 (multiple transmissions)

12101: On January 21 at 16:07 - “Central, what were the numerics for 4_78?” (Possible PD in Lapeer Co?)

12271: On January 21 at 20:11 – Someone keyed the mic but no audio, no encryption.
On January 24 at 11:58 AM –“You there?”

12060: On January 23 at 17:28 – Person 1: “Kip, you on the radio?” Person 2: “Yeah 14”
On January 23 at 17:56 –Sounded like surveillance talking about a look-out in a hoody. All transmissions in the clear.
On January 24 at 16:01 –Unit 14 reporting to partner he was leaving Clay Twp. and heading to Algonac (both locations in St. Clair County). All coms in the clear.
January 24 at 16:43 – Same two officers doing surveillance as heard previously.

12936: On January 23 at 17:50 – Encrypted

12085: On January 24 at 08:26 –“_______ north door please.”

1565: On January 24 at 10:51 AM –Encrypted
On January 24 at 11:29 AM – One side encrypted the other in the clear. Sounded like law enforcement talking about making contact at a home in the Ft. Gratiot area (St. Clair County).

12442: On January 24 at 12:10 PM - Someone keyed the mic but no audio, no encryption.

1837: On January 24 at 12:55 PM –“Say again?”

2645: On January 24 at 14:02 - Someone keyed the mic but no audio, no encryption.
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Old 01-28-2013, 6:35 AM
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Lakeville site, I can't find that one in the database. Are you calling the Romeo site the Lakeville site?
MPSCS refers to it as Lakeville, but yes, that would be the Romeo site. Sorry for the confusion; I was typing what I had read in the MPSCS newsletter.
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Old 01-29-2013, 8:48 AM
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MPSCS refers to it as Lakeville, but yes, that would be the Romeo site. Sorry for the confusion; I was typing what I had read in the MPSCS newsletter.
Glad we got that cleared up. The tower is close to Lakeville and not Romeo but it is off of Romeo Road. I see in the database the Romeo tower is now the Lakeville tower, so be it. Now I just have to break an old habit of how I reference this tower.
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Old 01-30-2013, 9:35 AM
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There are several like that;
The Plainwell tower is actually closer to RIchland, but it's referred to as Plainwell by MPSCS & is listed that way in the DB. The tower listed in the database as Marshall (Calhoun County) is actually just east of Battle Creek. I figure as long as they're close (and the map feature shows where they actually are), why split hairs?
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The Washtenaw-Livingston MDOT Courtesy Patrol is now in service. So far I am hearing them as.

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Caught that too - strange RIDs.
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TG 2008 is now listed as Post 21 : SPARE. I'm sitting here in Lansing and hearing an awful lot of chatter on that for it to be just a spare channel... Any idea when it stopped being D2South? Is it just a random extra channel now?
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TG 2008 is now listed as Post 21 : SPARE. I'm sitting here in Lansing and hearing an awful lot of chatter on that for it to be just a spare channel... Any idea when it stopped being D2South? Is it just a random extra channel now?
I am not sure on what that TG is really used for anymore. I still hear it called D2SOUTH every so often, but the only real traffic I hear on it anymore is usually patched traffic from Macomb Sheriff's Dispatch. All MSP D2 dispatch traffic is on D2NORTH now (TG-2007)

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TG 2008 is now listed as Post 21 : SPARE. I'm sitting here in Lansing and hearing an awful lot of chatter on that for it to be just a spare channel... Any idea when it stopped being D2South? Is it just a random extra channel now?
Its been a few months since I actually listened to that TG, but last I knew it was a patch from Macomb County Sheriff as the previous poster said. Apparently some of the radios the troopers use that work Macomb CO (eg Bruce Twp cars) do not have Macomb CO Sheriff TG programmed in.

It stopped being D2South when MSP went through that huge transition / restructuring, where they closed many posts and redefined the borders of the different districts. Since District 2 (Detroit Metro area) lost a few counties to districts 3 and 1, it now only has Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne. Since there are fewer people, and a smaller area, they moved everyone on to one talkgroup.
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Old 02-07-2013, 8:28 PM
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Recently reported unidentified talkgroups:

14118 Branch County
22013 Wayne County
32021 Grand Traverse County
32023 Grand Traverse County


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I just heard Station 20 calling for a District 1 CO on 6017 referring to it as "DNR D1".

The database has that talkgroup as "DNR D3 Dispatch" and I see there is no D1 Dispatch listed. Stn 20 and a CO did have a short conversation so it wasn't just a mis-selected talkgroup.
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3646 - couldn't really tell what they were discussing, it was brief. RID 3800103 and 1332194
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New MPSCS site planned for the city of Grand Rapids. Looks like this will be in the downtown area near Look-Out Park. This will be on a guyed tower up about 91 meters above the ground. Therefore, it should provide good coverage for the city.

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Looks like there is a tower already located in the area that belongs to GRPD are they sharing the location or constructing a new one?
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New MPSCS site planned for the city of Grand Rapids. Looks like this will be in the downtown area near Look-Out Park. This will be on a guyed tower up about 91 meters above the ground. Therefore, it should provide good coverage for the city.

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3646 - couldn't really tell what they were discussing, it was brief. RID 3800103 and 1332194
Rob based on TG number and Radio ID's ... safe bet would be D 5 FAT
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Thanks - did hear some sting-type / monitoring ops later on so I'd guess you got it!
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So I'm listening to a bunch of TG's that I have programmed under MSP and up pops this one... A lot:
1399 577 D I-EVENT35 Event channel 35 (Law Enforcement) Law Tac

It's listed under Statewide Event Talkgroups... On this system.

Seems misplaced to me... The traffic I consistantly hear is of a surveillance and evidence gathering nature. For instance:

This morning around 5:30am I heard the units setting up at Detroit Metro Airport to intercept a female and her companion traveling on Delta flight 404 from Las Vegas to Detroit. They must have had a crap load of agents because they were in the terminal; at Avis Rental Car, in the baggage claim and outside at arrivals in case the subjects were picked up.

So anyone have any idea who these communications belong too?

It seems amazing to me that these are state police as I've rarely seen a trooper on the road in the last 3 to 5 years which leads me to believe their ranks have been depleted quite a bit.
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Those are not MSP talkgroups, those are shared talkgroups. Sort of like a TAC channel for multiple agencies to talk at the same time.
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I hear them do sting ops on the I Event channels all the time. Not sure why they are not on an encrypted talkgroup in this case. Stuff of this nature should be.
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