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US Highway 301 near City Limit Sign   Coleman, Florida

It is not readily apparent that you have entered a city limit from a rural highway. The speed limit goes from 55 to 45 to 35 within a 100 yard distance. Officer will not discuss anything with you regarding the alleged violation except to state what he has what decided your speed was. No discussion! You will be threatend with arrest if you ask any questions! They are kind enough to give you an envelope addressed to the county courthouse so you can mail them their money.

Apr 15, 2005

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In addition he has been known to wear a gun and a teeshirt with an unmarked car and no visible indications that he is really a cop. When asked to show identification he threatened arrest for asking the question!

#1 - Mar 17, 2010    Report abuse

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