Centennial, Colorado Speed Traps
Unmarked car sitting on S. Elizabeth street running laser. Drops on a downhill from 40 to 35 to 25 in 1 block.
Heading East on Smoky Hill as you cross Buckley Road, Araphoe County Sheriffs hide themselves off Richfield or Telluride streets, tucked just south of Smoky waiting for you to make a mistake. A little further east as you cret the hill towards the King Soopers, keep an eye out towards the north side of the street – another favorite hiding spot is the parking lot entrance of the Smoky Hill United Methodist Church, say your prayers if you go past 55 mph…
Finally, on the south side of Smoky, just inside the parking lot entrance for the Rocky Mountain Urgent Care Clinic, another sheriff’s deputy will be waiting to inflict some pain…on your checkbook.
It’s a hill going down. Even if you are moving at the speed of traffic (54 mph) you will get $100 fine /4 pts. Motorcycle cop came out of nowhere. He was very diminutive – hard to see.
Cops are ticketing citizens on S. University Blvd, between Dry Creek and Easter Avenue. I was traveling 4 MPH **UNDER** the speed limit and got a $100 fine.
Also Dry Creek either side of Holly. Not just speeding, any minor offense the officer can come up with. Can you spell Q-U-O-T-A-S?