CCSO used a parked patrol car to slow down speeders

The Collier County Sheriff’s Office evoked a bunch of braking on the western portion of Orange Blossom Drive in recent days. The two-lane, divided road west of Airport-Pulling Road has a speed limit of 30mph on the road spiked by gated subdivisions, but lots of folks ignore this limit. So, the CCSO parked a patrol car (no deputy inside) on a curve on the road – and I saw a bunch of drivers hitting the brakes when they saw the distinctive white vehicle! The patrol car was parked in the same spot for at least five days – through the Memorial Day weekend. I got these two shots on May 24, 2020, near our home here in Naples, Fla. Traffic was light, so I was able to stop, get out and click my iPhone camera. Ha! Maybe they will put a deputy inside after all! (Remember: Click on the image for a bigger version – then click on that one for the full-size photo.)

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