Incognito Chicago cops go for speeders
By Carolyn Rusin
The Chicago Tribune
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CHICAGO, Ill. — The guy on a riding mower in the median of busy Arlington Heights Road looked like a Buffalo Grove Public Works Department employee, except he wasn't cutting the grass.
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