Greenville, North Carolina Speed Traps
Officer sits in the same lot as an old tobacco barn. Have seen several people stopped on Sunday morning as they are heading to church (presumably Unity Baptist Church.
police sit in all business areas usually after 5 P.M. near the intersection of Arlington Blvd. and Red Banks Rd. They are looking for any infractions(speeding, seatbelts, one-headlight..etc..).
Cops sit at the little convinence store right by East Carolina University. They are pointed to catch people coming from down town. They ususally start around 11ish. Be carefull people got busted by them yesterday.
Pitt County is the 3rd highest county in North Carolina (100 counties) for writing speeding tickets. 10th Street and Arlington Boulevard are HEAVILY patrolled, and cops are constantly using radar. This goes for Pitt County/Greenville Police Department, and the East Carolina University Campus Police. Do NOT speed in Pitt County over 5 mph over. The place is on lock down.
As you enter Greenville on Highway 264 East (coming from Raleigh/Wilson) when the speed limit drops from 65 to 55, there are Greenville PD officers that like to sit in the median behind shrubs especially on weekends and holidays.