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Cops use pacemaker data to charge man with arson, insurance fraud

“Police set out to disprove Compton’s story about the fire by obtaining a search warrant to collect data from Compton’s pacemaker. WLWT5 reported that the cops wanted to know ‘Compton’s heart rate, pacer demand and cardiac rhythms before, during and after the fire.’

On Friday, Jan. 27, the Journal-News reported that court documents stated: ‘A cardiologist who reviewed that data determined ‘it is highly improbable Mr. Compton would have been able to collect, pack and remove the number of items from the house, exit his bedroom window and carry numerous large and heavy items to the front of his residence during the short period of time he has indicated due to his medical conditions.’’”

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