Veteran Calgary Constable Writes Around $600,000 In Tickets A Year

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One stealthy spot, plus a radar gun.

For one veteran Calgary police constable, it's a formula that adds up to more than 1,300 traffic tickets a year at the same northeast intersection.

If you regularly drive westbound through the lights at 16 Ave. and 68 St. N.E., you've almost certainly seen Const. Derrick Luxen, too.

Read the whole story at The Calgary Sun