Lakeville, Minnesota Speed Traps

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Cedar Ave Dodd Blvd to 210th Street

Lakeville, MinnesotaSep 10, 20150 Comments

LPD is attempting to pay the national debt off by having an officer stationed in this area for 28 of the last 31 days for several hours each day. This area is rolling hills and the officers station themselves in the median on a down grade.

160th/CR 46 – From Hwy 3to Hwy 77

Lakeville, MinnesotaMar 07, 20110 Comments

Speed limit drops from 55 to 50 down to 40 as you get closer to Cedar/77 \. Cops like to sit on the side roads. Foliage/Flagstaff/Galaxy and tag cars as they drive by. S/L is 55mph, Avg for area/drivers is around 65.

Pilot Knob Road, between Dodd Blvd. and 170th Street

Lakeville, MinnesotaApr 29, 20100 Comments

LPD works this area hard and often! Typically they will sit in the median clocking cars going both directions. Other times they use one of their unmarked squads and use radar, clocking northbound traffic. This is such a target rich environment that they will commonly have one squad clock vehicles and have a couple "chase squads" run the speeders down and pull them over.

167th Street on Kenwood trail

Lakeville, MinnesotaApr 04, 20100 Comments

Cops sit on the bike path in the dark, and radar south bound Kenwood trail traffic coming around a slight curve, this curve is approx. 1/4 mile south of County road 46 (a.k.a. 160th Street stop light.)

They also sit back on a residents driveway, facing southbound, and radar cars traveling northbound, past the Chart House Sign. They also sit in a driveway of Benjamin Sign Co. which is directly across the street from the Chart House sign,. and radar cars, in the dark

County Trunk count 50 near Interstate I35

Lakeville, MinnesotaMay 10, 20080 Comments

LVPD like to sit infront of the oriental restuant just south of I35 watching traffic going northbound. they are very hard to see at night and the are is dark. the speed limit is 35 mph done from 45 just 500 feet south of this point..

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