Brooklyn Center, Minnesota Speed Traps

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Hwy 100/ Earle Brown Drive

Brooklyn Center, MinnesotaJan 13, 20110 Comments

This is great- Minnesota State Patrol and Brooklyn Center Pd. Trooper takes his squad car parks in the Kohls lot. He then walks with his folding chair and radar gun to the middle of the pedestrian bridge and plops down and starts clocking cars going both directions on hwy 100. He then radios to the vultures waiting on the ramps with the violators speed and car. At 125-150 apiece this is sweet bunch of money they make on this step up. Beware just another way to get the money out of your pocket before the grocery store or gas station does. Good Luck citizens.

upshingle creek pkway from xerxes to france ave

Brooklyn Center, MinnesotaMay 03, 20100 Comments

squad sit just over the hill in the cemetary…. 35 mph in business section down to 30 with park one side and side road on other..about 1/2 mile with nothing on either side of the road to warrent 30 mph speed limit…. go over 30 get your ticket..from xerxes to france ave

Dupont and 63rd…fire station is a favorite spot to sit

Brooklyn Center, MinnesotaMay 01, 20100 Comments

fire station hides the cruiser from traffic coming from the east on 63.. speed limit 30 weather the high school is in session or not… coming down from 35 before the light on the corner… if your a first offender…you can buy your ticket off the list for a extra 50.00… i am waiting to see if we can also purchase our way out of robbery at a extra cost too…

on shingle creek to fremont…

Brooklyn Center, MinnesotaMay 01, 20100 Comments

cruiser sits just inside the cemetary on the downside of the hill…catching traffic from the east on shingle creek , speed limit 35 along business park , down to 30 for no homes, nothing along this short streach but i can see why limit would be lower near the homes past the cemetary..

State Highway 100 near France Avenue

Brooklyn Center, MinnesotaJun 19, 20070 Comments

Patrol cars will sit on the entrance ramps and are very well concealed. They predominantly monitor the north bound traffic. I live in the area and use this ramp to access Hwy 100 and have observed then in this location several times a week, usually in the evenings, but have seen them there in the mornings as well. Since traffic is usually moving 5-10 mph over the posted 60 mph limit it is a popular spot.

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