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“I was told, ‘Let’s not make any noise about this, we’ll get it fixed at some point,’” said Aaron Smith, a former fleet operations manager for the McKinney police.
Radars have been used for years and it was officer Aaron Smith’s job to keep those radars in check at the department. Smith said he started to see some irregularities in radar readings after he drove the patrol units starting in June of 2013. “I started noticing these anomalies where target speeds would be completely out of the norm,” Smith said. He noticed that the radars would show a target driver going 65 miles per hour, when they were going closer to 45 miles per hour.
‘Let’s not make any noise about this, we’ll get it fixed at some point,’”
originally posted by: LeatherNLace
A few months ago my attorney got me out of a speeding ticket in McKinney because the McKinney PD could not show documentation that their radar was properly calibrated. I was ticketed for going 75 in a 65...I was actually doing 80 LOL
originally posted by: ltinycdancerg
I have lived and traveled throughout the country, and the world- Texas is BY FAR THE WORST POLICE STATE I have personally ever encountered.