Johns Creek, Georgia Speed Traps
Motorcycle patrolmen are used as Bells Road turns into Boles Road and from Hwy 120 to Bells Road.
Newly paved and divided McGinnis Ferry Road. Heading east bound Johns Creek Police sit inside the subdivision with laser, especially at night. Heading west bound Forsyth County motorcycle patrols, in median, especially on holidays. Memorial day was huge for them. Jurisdiction seems to be a little uncertain with both Johns Creek Police and Forsyth County handing out speeding tickets in bother directions, even when not work together…
just east of the intersection on State Bridge Rd. is the entrance to Ocee Elementary school. About 150 yards beyond that is a small 1 level office park. They sit in the entrance to the office park "religiously" and they write tons of citations. Problem is, at that busy intersection the flashing light indicating a school zone and requiring a reduction in speed from 45 mph to 35 mph, gets unnoticed by drivers unfamiliar with the area because of all of the other lights and signage. In the opposite direction the flashing "school" sign is so small as to be almost unnoticable. The cops act like vultures with blue lights.
Always a motorcycle cop waiting to give tickets if you go above 25mph during school hours
Police at just about every 3/4 mile. When they say 45mph or 35mph during school hours they mean it!