Speed Camera on South Rolling Road Vandalized

Someone spray-painted the exterior of the camera overnight on Saturday.

The box that holds the speed camera at South Rolling Road and Brook Road was vandalized early Sunday morning, after someone spray-painted the box.

As of Monday morning, the camera was operational and the spray paint had been removed.

The camera was installed in April as a third location along South Rolling Road to catch speeders. The other two boxes are by l.

The box is the same box that was , roughly two weeks after it was installed.

On Sunday night, the box was still covered with black spray paint. The camera itself is removed at the end of every day and put back the next morning.

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Authorized User July 31, 2012 at 04:17 PM
Hilton, When was the fatal accident you mentioned at Rolling and Newberg? What about the lazy drivers who insist in making an illegal left from McCurley onto Newberg through the traffic circle? What about the drivers on Hiulton who drive on the wrong side of the traffic island on Hilton near McCurley?
Gary Lapchak July 31, 2012 at 05:47 PM
Remember it's a fee not a TAX. Just another way of O"Malley taking our money.
Windriver July 31, 2012 at 09:57 PM
Now they refer to such a "cost" as a "penalty fee tax". See States v ObamaCare.
Windriver July 31, 2012 at 10:06 PM
DC Police Chief Lanier once called for the banning of the GPS based warning system that some entrepreneur dreamed up a while back. You could download onto your GPS the latest locations of speed cams. You could upload locations to the site if you found one. She was adamant that that was not to stand. Why? Because it, I will paraphrase, 'it slowed people down only where the cams were'. Libtranslation? 'It affected revenue.'
Nick Z. August 02, 2012 at 01:53 PM
Its not a fee or a tax, its a fine. A fine for breaking the law, and totally avoidable. Think of it as your own personal tax cut for not speeding.


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