Coming into Manderson at Sherman Avenue

Manderson, WyomingMay 22, 20230 Comments

Our experience was almost identical to all of these previous complaints. We are from out of state and traveling from east to west while sightseeing along the way. We had been visiting a national monument and were heading westward for our hotel and took a couple of scenic highways when we came to the town of Manderson. As others have stated, the speed limit quickly reduces when we were stopped for going 44 in a 30 mph zone as we entered town on Sherman. Both of us in our car were attempting to check our gps to see where we were and what the speed limit was, as we were slowing down, knowing we were entering a small town, when we were stopped. The officer asked the same questions as others in the other complaints have stated. He seemed to act like he didn’t believe us as the tone of his voice seemed to question the validity of our answers. We don’t even know if we really were speeding as we can’t prove it. Our charge was for $188 dollars. We were courteous, respectful, and apologetic, but to no avail. We both sensed that this was likely a common occurrence for this town. Also, we have no traffic violations on record.

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