As gas prices rise, Ohio police mount motorcycles


By Martin Rozenman
The Columbus Dispatch
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OHIO Some law-enforcement agencies are finding that motorcycles make sense when gas prices are high.

The State Highway Patrol added 10 motorcycles in the last year, and Genoa Township added two about a month ago.

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