IO K-band in Vermont

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About a mile in off the New York / Vermont border I passed a LEO on the other side of the road. It was marked on Waze for my side. Didn’t pickup anything until I passed him. About 10 seconds later RCM picked up a 9 on K band from the rear.

Can post video if anyone is interested but wasn’t targeting me.
 

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Statie or local?
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About a mile in off the New York / Vermont border I passed a LEO on the other side of the road. It was marked on Waze for my side. Didn’t pickup anything until I passed him. About 10 seconds later RCM picked up a 9 on K band from the rear.

Can post video if anyone is interested but wasn’t targeting me.
 

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Black car. Didn’t see. I’m assuming state.
 

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Would definitely be interested in seeing this encounter.
 

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Would definitely be interested in seeing this encounter.
Here it is! Sorry hard to see LEO. I did some rudimentary edits on my phone. Where I pause you can see black car opposite side.

 
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Looks like he was forward facing I/Oing oncoming traffic, which is sort of weird if you are targeting cars leaving your state. They usually target people coming into a new state.
 

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Looks like he was forward facing I/Oing oncoming traffic, which is sort of weird if you are targeting cars leaving your state. They usually target people coming into a new state.
I've seen this happen on a municipal level but not state. They can always say they clocked you before you left the jurisdiction and who can contest where a radar wave hit you?

Anything to squeeze you for revenue even up until the last few feet of the state line.
 

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Definitely agree that it is odd to target people just leaving the state. K band is no fun let alone I/O.
 

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The vehicle was a coincidence; the K hit was from a drone on the sign board. They are highly directional.

FWIW, Williston PD installed ancient K band units in their two newest cruisers (F150 and Charger) as they turned over old units. I was somewhat surprised at that, and figured this thread may be going in that direction. They had been running strictly Ka for about two years as the K units sat in the town garage.
 

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