Morrow, Georgia Speed Traps
They have had a phony “construction zone” with low speed limit for years! Nobody ever works there on the road other than the cops, several cars at a time. Suddenly you are going 25 over the speed limit, ZAPPPP!
Around the Morrow exit in the construction zone. They are targeting this area at night early in the morning. Two Clayton county police cars using laser guns and hiding behind construction signs and barriers, lights on the vehicles are off.
Police usually sitting in the Drive Time dealership across from Sherwin Williams, or at the Midas next door. Waiting on people to speed thru the light at Mt. Zion, or to come thru the limit change from 45 to 35 near Midas.
Traveling west on Morrow Road from Jonesboro Road, speed limit is 35 mph at first. Just west of the Morrow Masonic Lodge #74, there’s a stationary sign post with a digital speed reader that says "Your speed is…". Morrow Road then curves sharply to the right after Continental Circle and during that curve on the next block there’s a school zone sign that flashes and changes the speed limit to 25 mph. As soon as the curve straightens out on the next block, the Morrow City police are parked on the left in the driveway of St. Augustine’s-Canterbury church with lights already flashing and will pull you over for speeding as you brake towards the intersection of Skylark/Phillips Drive. There’s probably a camera in either the digital sign post or the school zone sign as they can’t actually see your vehicle until you come out of the curve.
North Ave. near the old LCPD, where Rex Rd. intersects North Ave.