Citrus Heights, California Speed Traps
Citrus Heights Police will sit behind the sign between dairy queen and the gas station. The intersection is WB Greenback Lane and Binet dr. The officer holding the radar gun/laser will hide behind the traffic light pole and clock oncoming traffic. Neither the officer nor the police vehicles are visible to oncoming traffic. Vehicles determined to be speeding will then be pulled over near Van Maren Lane.
Citrus Heights Police like to sit right behind the county line and get people. They hide any which place. Usually motorcycle cops looking for a quick ticket.
I have seen a motorcycle cop waiting in the driveway of a monastery next to the library. This is a four lane road (two lanes in each direction) with a center lane and bicycle lanes on both sides and the speed limit is 35.
A Citrus Heights Police Officer will sit on his motorcycle, as early as 6:00am, across from Robert Creek Ct. on Old auburn, with his radar gun pointing west. He is generally sits with his back wheel against the curb and is partially hidden from view by some trees as you approach.
Speed limit set at 35 mph in an area than used to be 40 and still should be. Numerous motorcycle police can be seen there at all times of the day, week days and weekends, using radar guns to monitor vehicle speeds and give tickets to drivers using the straight wide street. An obvious money-making scheme by the city of Citrus Heights, CA.