Marietta, Georgia Speed Traps

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Post Oak Tritt Road between Hembree and Murdock Roads

Marietta, GeorgiaJul 13, 20170 Comments

Cobb County Police have recently been hiding in the middle/turn lane, right after the crest on the hill (if you are headed towards Johnson Ferry, eastbound.) You cannot see the cop until it is too late. They also use this to catch westbound drivers once they pass that little church (before Twin Lakes.)

Papermill Rd and Atlanta Country Club Dr and Thunderbird Dr

Marietta, GeorgiaMar 06, 20170 Comments

A Community Association using illegally mounted HD cameras to record license plate images for their own use in Chattahoochee Plantation, Atlanta CC, and Chattahoochee River NRA area. Have fought against these license tag cameras…and have failed so far. Even Bob Ott thinks cameras mounted over county roads is OK!

Motorist need to beware of cyber-security and id-threat from crooked Community Association here!

Indian Hills Parkway & Sentry Crossing

Marietta, GeorgiaJan 24, 20170 Comments

If you live in East Cobb then you have used Indian Hills Parkway as a cut through. The neighborhood association pays off duty cops to patrol the hood and they OFTEN sit at this 4-way stop to ticket all those California rollers. They’ll sit on Sentry and watch IH Parkway. Be safe out there!

Sandy Plains at Running Fox Ct.

Marietta, GeorgiaDec 08, 20150 Comments

Police frequently park on Running Fox Ct. watching for speeders on Sandy Plains. This location is at the bottom of steep hills from both directions making it a little hard to maintain the 45 MPH.

Johnson Ferry Rd. @ little Wileo

Marietta, GeorgiaAug 25, 20130 Comments

Careful, this area is a school zone and Johnson Ferry is three lanes in each direction with a 45 mph speed limit. Police love to write school tickets here because they are wopper tickets!

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