Newport, North Carolina Speed Traps

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US Highway 70 near Chatham Street

Newport, North CarolinaOct 17, 20070 Comments

Troopers sit in median facing both east and west clocking.This is the middle of the long curve in the stretch between Newport and Havelock. If there are none there they WILL be patroling that area.MARKED AND UNMARKED! from interceptors to suburbans.

Mill Creek Road near Dump

Newport, North CarolinaSep 15, 20060 Comments

When traveling towards Mill Creek, That little hill right before the Garbage pick up. I was doing 75, and Came over that hill, Right there before Old Winberry ‘ state trooper.

Chatham Street near NCDOT Maintainance Yard

Newport, North CarolinaJan 09, 20060 Comments

Late at nights usually around the time of 9 p.m. or greater cops sit along the fence line of the NCDOT maintainance yard. They turn all their lights off making it impossible to see them when you go by. It is sorta an entrapment situation but they will pull you even if you are going over the speed limit just a little bit. The speed limit is 45 mph. When I get off work, I just go sit on my porch and watch him sit over there and clock people because he is parked on the opposite side of the road directly from my house. I can see the red numbers on his dash light up as he clocks everyone. And on about that 10th car….hes after him. So pretty much on a whole ALL of chatham street, which is the main street in newport, is on a police watch because of the various changes in the speed leading to hiding cops who are willing to pull people no matter if its 5 over.

U.S. Hwy 70 and Tom Mann Road

Newport, North CarolinaMar 01, 20020 Comments

Carteret County Deputy faces westbound and Newport Police Officer faces eastbound while sitting stationary in the grass median near the railroad tracks coming into Carteret County from Craven County. If neither of these guys stop you then look out for the female North Carolina Highway Patrol Trooper sitting past the railroad tracks off on the Tom Mann Road. She is waiting for that special person who is arriving late to the Crystal Coast beaches and who mistakenly thinks its safe to speed up because the other two didn’t pull out. These guys don’t play and will write a ticket at the drop of the hat. This area is well lit in blue between 9:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m.

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