Radar guns on trees, poles tell police where speeding worst


Dean Narciso
The Columbus Dispatch

Two weeks ago, a vehicle sped along North Star Avenue in Upper Arlington at 16 miles over the 35 mph limit.

A radar gun in a small box attached to a utility pole recorded the driver''s speed at 51 mph. But no one got a ticket. Instead, police will use the information to help them determine which city streets require more police monitoring.

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