Those statistics are pretty crazy. Houston police officers writing 3,000 tickets per day, which roughly equals 147 an hour, wow.
lol, Jacksonville. Such a crappy town. Denver's no surprise--I've seen a few side-road traps set up with no car at all recently, just three officers standing on the side of the road. One has lidar, one steps out and waves motorists in and one writes tickets. Makes me wonder what they'd do if you just kept on driving--I never see another squad car nearby.
Jacksonville's police got my dad for pulling out of his driveway once. Literally. The speed on his street is 30, and he pulled out of his driveway then accelerated to get into the right turn lane a block away. An officer was standing there with lidar and pulled him for 34 in a 30. They've got some issues anywhere north of Orlando, south of Brunswick and east of Lake City.
Nothing in my State of North Cackylacky made this list, WOW I'm in disbelief!! LOL
Houston #1, lol.. That's why Houston spawns guys like erickonphoenix - he's legend!
Where's the problem here?Jayson Luber, the traffic reporter for 7News at ABC affiliate KMGH, said officers will even wait for drivers riding in the exit lane who dart back into other lanes at the last minute, and nab them for crossing a white line. He said holiday weekends are the worst but police are out in full force year round.