I haven't seen whether the guy stealing the copper from the cell site in the pictures was ever caught. Did anybody ever identify him? With all of the problems that America's cities have I would imagine that this is not a top priority, but it should be. As we become more and more dependent upon our phones to provide us with easy access to 911, a downed cell site can possibly prevent the police or EMS from reaching us if we can't describe where we are at. I know that triangulation is used in most cases, but I was wondering how accurate can the carrier pinpoint where you are if there are only two points for them to reference?