So I was coming home from picking up my grandparents at the train station and was eastbound on Highway 14 (by Grand Central and the private airstrip, for those who are interested) and my detector went off on laser. I was only going about 62-65 MPH (PSL is 60) so I wouldn't have gotten a ticket anyway, but I slowed down and started looking. To my surprise, there was a motorcycle cop sitting in the emergency lane on the right shooting PLIII (from what I could tell). My detector went off before I noticed the LEO, but that was probably due to the fact that I was talking to my grandparents and wasn't paying as much attention as I normally do.
My 995 went off three times on laser so I don't know if he shot me three times or I was picking up "splash" from the vehicles ahead of me. I was too excited (and scared by the alert) to take note of all the details, but I am very impressed. My 995 is very high (the antenna is just below the tint strip) and to the left of my RVM. I'm glad to know now that it can pick up laser in this position.
Anyway, just thought I'd share. I've NEVER seen laser being used in this area. It was a Washington State Patrol motorcycle officer.