We got a call yesterday morning from someone walking their kids to school in downtown Conshohocken and was told that police were pulling over cars along Fayette Street. According to the caller, this involved the Pennsylvania State Police, along with the Conshohocken Police Department.
Later in the day the Conshohocken Police Department posted on social media that the borough’s police had worked with the Pennsylvania State Police for a radar speed traffic detail. Municipal police departments are not allowed by law to utilize radar to check speeds. However, the Pennsylvania State Police can.
Below is the post from the Conshohocken Police Department:
Conshohocken Police would like to thank their law enforcement partners at the Pennsylvania State Police for assisting our department with a radar speed traffic detail this morning in our school zone, and other targeted areas within the borough. We remind all drivers to obey the 25MPH borough wide speed limit, watch for active school zones and school buses. Conshohocken police will continue to conduct Click it or Ticket, roving DUI patrol, and further PSP radar speed details in our community.
Photo: Conshohocken Police Department
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