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Eduardo Barros, a New Mexico (city of the United States) man was arrested for assaulting his girlfriend as Amazon's virtual assistant, Alexa device called the police on 2 July 2019.

A press release posted by the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office on Facebook confirms the arrest.

A press release posted by the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office on Facebook confirms the arrest.According to the press release by Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office, Eduardo Barros, a New Mexico (city of the United States) man was arrested for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend and threatening to kill her on 2 July 2019. During the attack, Barros asked the woman whether she had called the sheriffs. The question was unwittingly picked up by Amazon's virtual assistant, Alexa device prompting it to call 911. Barros was taken into custody by deputies of the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office.

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