Newburgh, Indiana Speed Traps

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US Highway In 662 near 3 way stop downtown Crossing

Newburgh, IndianaJan 16, 20080 Comments

1/2 Mile between Downtown Newburgh and East. Police sit at Old Down Overlook or Old Dam parking lot. Speed is detected coming West as Severe drop in Posted Speed and Going East coming out of 20 mph S-curve from Downtown.

Bell Road near State Highway 66

Newburgh, IndianaJul 19, 20070 Comments

Sheriff deputies sit back off the road and use a church to hide from oncoming traffic.

State Highway 66 near Rabbit Run/ Country Place Subdivision

Newburgh, IndianaMar 11, 20070 Comments

State Troopers and County Sheriffs take turns patrolling the section of HWY 66 East and West bound by sitting in the median with lights out. They take advantage of the darkness provided by the dip in the road.

County Roads

Newburgh, IndianaFeb 01, 20030 Comments

Recently, several semi-rural county roads (Outer Gray, Frame, Ellerbush) for example, have had long stretches reduced to 20 mph. 20 mph is excessively low especially along outer Gray and Ellerbush. It is quite common to see underoccupied cops sitting in plain view just BEHIND 40 mph signs and clocking motorist just prior to reaching the sign. Technically they are still in a 20 zone. It is quite evident with this activity that these areas were reduced strictly as a revenue source. It is even well rumored around Newburgh that a long time city council member on the day after losing his reelection bid, ordered strict and heavy patrols in this area as a payback to getting beat.

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