- Many people carry a tracking device everywhere they go, without realizing it.
Now the Wisconsin Supreme Court has sided with police in two separate cases where cellphone data was used to track suspects.
The court's rulings Thursday came in a pair of homicide cases in Milwaukee and Kenosha counties.
Police in both cases used data from the suspects' cellphone providers to find them.
One man was caught in his mother's apartment in Milwaukee.
The other was in Arkansas.
Both men argued there were problems with how the police used their phones to find them.
The Supreme Court in each case said police were within their rights.
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