New "Red Light Cameras" MUCH CLEARER"!

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Murfreesboro Police Officer Donald Schubert studies traffic offense captured by Murfreesboro new high definition RED LIGHT CAMERA.
Of the large amount of infranctions captured by the RED LIGHT CAMERA, only about 100 citations are issued daily. The city gives motorists the benefit of the doubt.

When the City of Murfreesboro changed the vendor who provided the "Red Light Cameras", they zoomed into a new high tech era of clarity.

Officer Donald Schubert told NewsRadio WGNS . . .

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Officer Schubert can zoom in so close on the license tag that it's as if you were standing a few inches from the bumper. It's also obvious what make of vehicle the tag is on. He noted that the motorist always gets the benefit of the doubt, and of all the infractions caught on camera--only 100 citations are issued daily.

But are the cameras so clear that if a bank is being robbed across the street, that you can zoom-in and see the suspects? Or can you view a video of a serious auto crash and determine who is at fault?


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How does the City of Murfreesboro use the money received from fines . . .

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Sergeant Kyle Evans had some advice for those who complain about the unfairness of the red light cameras . . .

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Only half of Murfreesboro's new, super high definition red light cameras are installed at this time.

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