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Speed Traps in Estelline, Texas

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SB US 287 @ N of Estelline, TX   Estelline, Texas

SB US 287 N. of Estelline,TX C.L. speed was75-65-60 -50 2xs. Then dropped from 75-50 in short time w/LEO waiting just past the 50mph sign facing oncoming traffic. I rec'd s/ticket. LEO said he smelled marijuana, asked to search my vehicle, I refused - done nothing wrong. The canine out of view of camera 'alerted' and vehicle was searched against my will. No drugs were found (because I do not allow drugs around me), but the LEO's rummaged through purse finding my legal PROCEEDS from a recent real estate sale, jailed me for money laundering, and took the cash. Now I must defend myself against this travesty of injustice. Watch Out.

Jan 7, 2013   Texas   1 comments

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In town. (don't blink)   Estelline, Texas

There are many speed traps in Texas....this one is the worse. Tiny town, one cop, expensive police car. We need to send a message to this POS community by boycotting the gas/store. Let's make it hurt!

Mar 2, 2012   Texas   0 comments

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speed trap   Estelline, Texas

Officer points radar at speed limit sign which is up hill from where he sits and soon as you cross the sign or probably before he flags you for speeding I guess your suppose to slam on breaks when coming up to speed limit sign and immeadiately drop tothe posted speed

Dec 5, 2011   Texas   1 comments

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South end of town on 287   Estelline, Texas

You round a curve and speed limit drops to 50. Officer clocks you at the sign, if you don't hit your brakes he nails you.

Aug 10, 2011   Texas   0 comments

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US Hwy 287 & State Hwy 87 ~ Coordinates: 34°32′46″N 100°26′1   Estelline, Texas

(Fact) Estelline has a reputation for being a prominent Texas speed trap. It has a one-person police force whose main purpose is to fill city coffers. From 2000 through 2009, Estelline had the second highest traffic fine revenue per citizen in Texas, more than 300% the per citizen revenue of third place Domino, Texas. Estelline is situated at the junction of US Highway 287 and State Highway 87 in east central Hall County, approximately 14 miles southeast of Memphis and 15 miles northwest of Childress. The nearest major city is Amarillo, located 102 miles northwest of Estelline. The population was 168 at the 2000 census. A July 1, 2008 U.S. Census Bureau estimate placed the population at 155. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 0.7 square miles (1.9 km), all of it land. sources: {wikipedia ~ motorists.org ~ mysanantonio.com ~ thenewspaper.com ~ U.S. Census Bureau}

Dec 30, 2010   Texas   1 comments

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