Right in my 'hood too!
Right in my 'hood too!
Wow. He sounds like a pretty standup guy from the rest of the story, but I could never have just promised really hard never to speed again (with the same sincerity as this lady) and gotten away with it. What's worse, nearly hitting the police or driving 83 in a 65 on a road designed with no limit in mind?California Highway Patrol Officer Scott Wall holds the cell phone of Bemita Campos after pulling her over for texting with two hands while making a right turn on a red, passing two parked Long Beach police motorcycles almost hitting one of them and continued up the freeway onramp texting while steering with her legs. She was let her off with a warning after promising never to do it again.
The article makes him sound like a decent guy, but 65,000 tickets? That's a lot!
The average speeding ticket in california is about $150. So 65k tickets x $150 = $9,750,000
Almost 10 million dollars this guy has brought into the coffers...Thats what i call real highway robbery~
Last edited by ExoticRadar; 06-01-2011 at 07:03 PM.
LULZ!On Feb. 16, 1994, he was driving up the Harbor Freeway near Gardena when shots rang out from two men in a pickup in front of him.
Wall immediately gave chase with siren blaring, and wound up arresting a couple of drunk off-duty Los Angeles policemen, who wound up serving prison terms for their transgressions.
32 cars in 90 minutes...2.8 mins per stop.
I couldn't even fathom doing 32 traffic stops with each one lasting 3 minutes, and writing citations on most of them to boot. I wonder if he has a ticket printer...it looks like in the picture he's holding a ticket book, I dunno though...
Looks like someone is getting a bonus/promotion.
He is probably writing or typing a ticket in while he is driving and eating a donut
He must be the one that has defeated your whistlers and 9500ci. Once he beats your V1 you gonna become number 65001
I hope he get carpel tunnel... or at least fired. If I were his boss, I would terminate his employment telling him that I don't believe 65,000 people were all as guilty as you say they were?
I mean... what does the man do? Write one ticket every 3 minutes? Can you imagine his court docket? Everyone in the courtroom must have him as the officer who wrote the ticket!