Undercover car in OKC

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Recieved intel that OKC PD has a fully undercover new model silver Dodge Challenger. You will not suspect it. Dark tint. No antennas, no city plates, regular plates. He has radar (not sure of band) but you will blow right past his ass and he'll nail you.

@GlockChevy - I hear he operates off of I-40 and in North OKC a lot.

I don't know about you guys but I'm always suspicious of high performance cars in the slow lane anyway... lol.
 
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I never blow past Chargers Challengers Vics Impalas Cherokees are gone
10yr old magnums still used Rams, intrepids retired with cherokees
Blacked out Edges Explorers (of course) expeditions (mostly retired by columbia sc but were fkin beasts in 2004-2008 busting camaros and mustangs left and right including a maro that lit it up at 70mph intimidating me in an S10 Xtreme


Excursions but uncommon now
F150s Taurus dark colored darkly tinted mustang's Tahoe weary of burbans Altima used by New york 10 yrs back and Durham now
Camrys in Lousy Ana
Durangos Silverados 2011+ Caprice
Just to name a few
 

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I never blow past Chargers Challengers Vics Impalas Cherokees are gone
10yr old magnums still used Rams, intrepids retired with cherokees
Blacked out Edges Explorers (of course) expeditions (mostly retired by columbia sc but were fkin beasts in 2004-2008 busting camaros and mustangs left and right including a maro that lit it up at 70mph intimidating me in an S10 Xtreme


Excursions but uncommon now
F150s Taurus dark colored darkly tinted mustang's Tahoe weary of burbans Altima used by New york 10 yrs back and Durham now
Camrys in Lousy Ana
Durangos Silverados 2011+ Caprice
Just to name a few
In Arizona there's a bright yellow 2015 Mustang GT that you would never suspect either. Tell me this car wouldn't fuckup your day :pwn:

 

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In Arizona there's a bright yellow 2015 Mustang GT that you would never suspect either. Tell me this car wouldn't ****up your day :pwn:

Yea i posted about this in 2017
I think another member beat me to it
It is VERY unusual and builds bad blood with the community you work
That is very isolated for traffic enforcement
For undercover work
Absolutely
A SWAT guy in Ohio was drunk passed out the wheel in a 2nd Gen Sequoia
When patrol ran the plate it came back to nothing
So all that cloak and dagger junk cost one of them their job when breaking the law which i like
An unmarked charger with a whip antenna
Might not of went down like that
 

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Recieved intel that OKC PD has a fully undercover new model silver Dodge Challenger. You will not suspect it. Dark tint. No antennas, no city plates, regular plates. He has radar (not sure of band) but you will blow right past his ass and he'll nail you.

@GlockChevy - I hear he operates off of I-40 and in North OKC a lot.

I don't know about you guys but I'm always suspicious of high performance cars in the slow lane anyway... lol.
You guys need sensible laws regarding cops and traffic stops. (on the flip side, CA needs sensible laws regarding guns).

leginfo.legislature.ca.gov: Law section.
If any CHP officer in an unmarked car tried to give me a ticket, I'd simply cite CVC 40800(a) and it would be tossed immediately. But that's generally not a problem because officers know better than to even try it.
 

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You guys need sensible laws regarding cops and traffic stops. (on the flip side, CA needs sensible laws regarding guns).

leginfo.legislature.ca.gov: Law section.
If any CHP officer in an unmarked car tried to give me a ticket, I'd simply cite CVC 40800(a) and it would be tossed immediately. But that's generally not a problem because officers know better than to even try it.
Agreed. Unmarkeds are bull shit. OK state law says that any vehicle routinely used for traffic enforcement shall have either a fully uniformed officer or fully marked car. So in Oklahoma they are good to be in an unmarked car like that as long as they are in full uniform. Or they can be in plain clothes in a marked unit.

Notice I bolded and underlined routinely. That is important to note because a detective in plain clothes in an unmarked car can still stop you as long as it's not something he routinely does. ;)

Oklahoma city police department is the one here that started all this undercover car RAAID program bull shit for so called "aggressive drivers"
 

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Thanks for the warning HC.

I am currently in Romania, but once home I will finally be pushing my G05 now that I am further along in recovery from foot surgery.

My wife told me about a like vehicle in NW OKC last year. She said the V1 was going off from an unmarked vehicle, but someone raced past the Leo which triggered the lights.
 

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Agreed. Unmarkeds are bull ****. OK state law says that any vehicle routinely used for traffic enforcement shall have either a fully uniformed officer or fully marked car. So in Oklahoma they are good to be in an unmarked car like that as long as they are in full uniform. Or they can be in plain clothes in a marked unit.

Notice I bolded and underlined routinely. That is important to note because a detective in plain clothes in an unmarked car can still stop you as long as it's not something he routinely does. ;)

Oklahoma city police department is the one here that started all this undercover car RAAID program bull **** for so called "aggressive drivers"
Huh, that's the other thing. If local cops ever started pulling over motorists on the freeways, CHP wouldn't be happy about that. CHP also doesn't generally stop motorists on city streets, because each organization has its own "territory" and they don't want to piss off the other.
 

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Huh, that's the other thing. If local cops ever started pulling over motorists on the freeways, CHP wouldn't be happy about that. CHP also doesn't generally stop motorists on city streets, because each organization has its own "territory" and they don't want to piss off the other.
Nope. Not like that here. A trooper will nail you on a side street. They dont normally, but they can and will. City cops dont care. Likewise, city can / will nail your a** on highways and interstates all day long. Troopers dont care, In fact many years ago Oklahoma Highway Patrol gave all the interstates and highways back to the cities so the city cops even work accidents unless they want to call a trooper to do it, its thier call.

If you get in an accident on the highway it's most likely gonna be a city cop that works it. it's only a trooper if its on the turnpike or if it's in an area where there's no city jurisdiction because county sheriff departments here in Oklahoma don't work accidents as a general rule, so in rural county areas, OHP does the accidents.

From what I can see there is no territorial disputes. Plenty of sheep for everybody to give tickets to... lol
 
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Nope. Not like that here. A trooper will nail you on a side street. They dont normally, but they can and will. City cops dont care. Likewise, city can / will nail your a** on highways and interstates all day long. Troopers dont care, In fact many years ago Oklahoma Highway Patrol gave all the interstates and highways back to the cities so the city cops even work accidents unless they want to call a trooper to do it, its thier call.

If you get in an accident on the highway it's most likely gonna be a city cop that works it. it's only a trooper if its on the turnpike or if it's in an area where there's no city jurisdiction because county sheriff departments here in Oklahoma don't work accidents as a general rule, so in rural county areas, OHP does the accidents.

From what I can see there is no territorial disputes. Plenty of sheep for everybody to give tickets to... lol
Same in Texas we’ll have three or four agencies in the same mile pulling crap it’s ridiculous.
 

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Pinellas county Sheriff's office in FL has the same Challenger Camaro and pickup @hammerdown is talking about
They were imo the dirtiest police force in the country during the 90s leftover from the high speed cigarette boat drug trafficking days




 

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Agreed. Unmarkeds are bull ****. OK state law says that any vehicle routinely used for traffic enforcement shall have either a fully uniformed officer or fully marked car. So in Oklahoma they are good to be in an unmarked car like that as long as they are in full uniform. Or they can be in plain clothes in a marked unit.

Notice I bolded and underlined routinely. That is important to note because a detective in plain clothes in an unmarked car can still stop you as long as it's not something he routinely does. ;)

Oklahoma city police department is the one here that started all this undercover car RAAID program bull **** for so called "aggressive drivers"
That's hilarious because my old neighbor HPDJim use to bitch at his subordinates doing traffic when they were assigned to vice. Jim would be like "why would you volunteer for the most dangerous thing aside from a domestic disturbance call to add to your day. Vice is much safer". He also told me if he had chronic problems with vice officers doing traffic stops he'd just transfer them to traffic. Then if they'd complain he'd tell them the same story. But detectives never do traffic, not since the 80s.
 

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Add Silver F-150 and white Ford Focus as well. Both with stalker units.
Stalker Ka and not K im presuming.... C/O?

I overheard a convo between a trooper and a couple of city leos a few days ago.... trooper was complaining that our new governor (Stitt) did away with thier King Air airplane as part of a budget cut. One of the city cops asked if they still had "the other planes" :airquote: trooper advised "yup, we are running them several times a month" and then bragged how the co pilot has like 4 stopwatches and can track / clock several cars at once and how it kicks the crap out of radar. He went on to state I-40 is worked a lot, N I-35 and N-I-44.

@GlockChevy - brother, they are just smart enough to block thier shit on FR24. Sounds like you and I are in need of ADS-B recievers. :pwn:

I wish someone would make a plug and play unit for us non techies.... preferably a portable unit.... :(
 
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Stalker Ka and not K im presuming.... C/O?

I overheard a convo between a trooper and a couple of city leos a few days ago.... trooper was complaining that our new governor (Stitt) did away with thier King Air airplane as part of a budget cut. One of the city cops asked if they still had "the other planes" :airquote: trooper advised "yup, we are running them several times a month" and then bragged how the co pilot has like 4 stopwatches and can track / clock several cars at once and how it kicks the crap out of radar. He went on to state I-40 is worked a lot, N I-35 and N-I-44.

@GlockChevy - brother, they are just smart enough to block thier **** on FR24. Sounds like you and I are in need of ADS-B recievers. :pwn:

I wish someone would make a plug and play unit for us non techies.... preferably a portable unit.... :(
Thanks for the heads up. Stalker KA for the Focus and F-150. I thought they were stepping up there game because they were shooting XLRs.
Sounds like they are using the planes probably during the first of the month or holidays, but I hardly ever see them. I see are the marking they could use for the aerial enforcement, but have yet to see it.
 

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Stalker Ka and not K im presuming.... C/O?

I overheard a convo between a trooper and a couple of city leos a few days ago.... trooper was complaining that our new governor (Stitt) did away with thier King Air airplane as part of a budget cut. One of the city cops asked if they still had "the other planes" :airquote: trooper advised "yup, we are running them several times a month" and then bragged how the co pilot has like 4 stopwatches and can track / clock several cars at once and how it kicks the crap out of radar. He went on to state I-40 is worked a lot, N I-35 and N-I-44.

@GlockChevy - brother, they are just smart enough to block thier **** on FR24. Sounds like you and I are in need of ADS-B recievers. :pwn:

I wish someone would make a plug and play unit for us non techies.... preferably a portable unit.... :(
Where do they use the planes at? About to green light the TMGs. Might find a way to use ADS-B too. But do I even need it? I have FlightRadar24.

Edit: if i weren't brain dead and read, my question would not be necessary.
 
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I probably should add: watch out for the Silver/Gray Interceptor/Taurus on Broadway extension. He normally sits between i44 and 122nd on either side of the highway. You'll probably hear him if you have a detector though. He got my ass a couple weeks ago, and he shows no mercy. One of the big reasons I picked up my R3.
 

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The "ghost" Troopers bother me because I am pretty sure that I will blow by one if not careful. Fortunately that are all using the same Dodge Chargers, so now I am on the lookout for those. Just more proof that no matter how many CM's you have, situational awareness is your best friend. LSP Chargers -> https://blog.fcaworkvehiclesus.com/2018/04/02/dodge-charger-pursuit-louisiana-state-police/
Baton Rouge to, I grew up near there and I'm there 2-3 times a year..,,,,guess I better put them on my radar.....
 

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