Ferguson Township police Officer Walt Embser monitors speed on Research Drive, June 19, 2014. Townships are looking at the possibility of using radar guns instead of the system currently in use.
Ferguson Township police Officer Walt Embser monitors speed on Research Drive, June 19, 2014. Townships are looking at the possibility of using radar guns instead of the system currently in use. CDT photo
Ferguson Township police Officer Walt Embser monitors speed on Research Drive, June 19, 2014. Townships are looking at the possibility of using radar guns instead of the system currently in use. CDT photo

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June 20, 2014 09:26 PM

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