Anaheim, California Speed Traps
Traveling west on Katella, after State College Blvd., just before Lewis St., one to three motorcycle police use radar and will pull over multiple cars at once. They are usually there in the afternoons and during rush hour.
Motorcycle cop (sometimes two of them) park at the Anaheim Screen and Glass business behind the sign.
It is a school zone…located on a street that is a thoroughfare to the 57 fwy…motorcycle officer waits, at both the driveway north of the school, as well as the street just south of the school. He is there weekly before and after school.
A motorcycle cop waits at the bottom of West bound La Palma where it goes over the I-5 west of Brookhurst. There is a moving and storage company and auto repair shops there for cover. It is easy for you to pick up speed going down the overpass.
Traveling south on Broadway you will pass Euclid and two sets of railroad tracks will appear before reaching Manchester. The speed limit is 35 miles per hour, most do 40 or plus and then slow down once they reach the railroad tracks. There is a motorcycle cop awaiting for you, he hides on the right side of an residental street, which is located right before the tracks. The street itself is hidden unless you look for it. While parked, he is sitting on his bike and he blends in with the white wall behind him. He uses his radar and will clock you 30 feet before you reach the tracks. I was doing 51 in a 35 per his radar. I slowed down to 40 when I reached the tracks but he says when crossing Euclid he had me at 51. He does not let up on any excuses and he can be very rude. Watch out! My ticket is $248.00