Owasso, Oklahoma Speed Traps

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E Hwy 20 & E 116th St N

Owasso, OklahomaSep 30, 20091 Comments

Between highway 169 and Keetonville hill was a 2 lane highway and at one time speed limit was 65 MPH. It is now a new 5 lane highway and the speed limt is 55 MPH. It was 45 MPH after it was first built and the news media questioned it. Be careful driving on it be cause it is patrolled by Owasso Police, Oklahoma Highway Patrol and Rogers County Sheriff.

Mingo Valley Expy & E 126th St N

Owasso, OklahomaJan 10, 20091 Comments

Owasso police at 8:30 am running trap on northbound traffic heading towards collinsville on shoulder under overpass on northbound side A major sitting point for Owasso police espeacially in darkness in stealth mode with all their lights off

N 137th E Ave & E 126th St N

Owasso, OklahomaNov 19, 20080 Comments

Owasso cops any time either day or late at night 2 cops sitting facing northbound and southboud traffic running radar with lights out.

US Highway 169 near 96th St N Street

Owasso, OklahomaOct 11, 20070 Comments

sits in high grass or behind barriers

State Highway 169 near 86th, 96th and 106th Street

Owasso, OklahomaOct 05, 20070 Comments

The traps along highway 169 at the cross streets of 86th, 96th and 106th are under the bridges. Officers sit under the bridge, usually on the north side. Also, if you are traveling after dark beware of the officers sitting in the low-lying center median between 96th and 106th. They are not visible until you are right on them and it’s too late. They have also been spotted in broad daylight clocking people; one officer sits on the east side of the northbound lane of 169 just north of the 96th street bridge. He faces south aiming his radar gun at unsuspecting travelers who won’t see him until the just top the crest on that section of highway heading north. They are usually posted up on the toolbox in the bed of a white Dodge pickup truck. They park at the base of the high voltage power line so they could easily be mistaken for a utility worker but look a little closer.

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