‘Traffic lights and police cars’ cause graffiti highway cameras

A pair of traffic lights on Interstate 29 are causing an increased number of graffiti cameras on the interstate.

“Traffic is a problem and that’s why we need cameras,” said Officer Jason Bortolotti.

He said the cameras are often used to stop illegal activity or to ticket drivers.

“It’s not a good thing that people are out there committing vandalism,” he said.

“We’ve seen people vandalizing vehicles and stealing the vehicles.”

Police have noticed that the graffiti cameras are becoming a bigger problem.

“They’ve gotten to be a lot more aggressive,” said Borto.

The vandalism has also made it onto the road in the area of the cameras.

“I’m really concerned about the people that are out here vandalizing the cars,” said Kaleb Johnson.

“This has really turned me off to being around cars,” he added.

We caught up with Johnson who said he thinks the cameras can help to make the area safer.

“You know, when you see people vandalize, you’re like, ‘What the heck is going on?'”

Johnson said.

Johnson said he hopes that police will not take away his right to walk his dog and walk his bike, as long as they keep the cameras off the highway.

Which states have the most graffiti on their highways?

The number of state-by-state tags of graffiti has skyrocketed since the 1990s, and in some places, it’s now more than double the national average, according to a new report.

In the study by the National Association of State Highway Officials, the states with the highest rates of vandalism and graffiti are also home to the largest numbers of car drivers.

The highest percentage of tags in states that don’t require proof of insurance is in Georgia, at more than 11.5 percent, followed by North Dakota, at 9.5.

In the other two states, Florida and Mississippi, the highest percentage is 7.5 to 8.5 per 100,000 residents.

The report also found that the state of Virginia leads the nation in vehicle accidents involving a car, at 10.6 accidents per 100 million people.

In Georgia, the number is 8.4 per 100 people.

The study found that in the 10 states with a lower percentage of tagging, the rate of accidents involving cars was at least three times higher.

That includes Texas, the state with the most tags, which had at least 14 accidents per 1 million people in 2016, according the report.

The National Association for State Highway Officers said it hopes the report will encourage state legislators to work with the states to address the problem.

“We recognize that it is a statewide problem, and we know that there are a lot of issues we need to address,” said Mark Gershman, the association’s director of communications.

“We hope this report will provide some information that may help them better address the issue.”

Gershim said the study will provide a better understanding of the issue and help states implement more proactive measures to reduce the issue.

“It’s important to understand that this is a public health issue,” Gersim said.

“It affects our kids and our seniors and we need better education for drivers to reduce accidents and injuries.”

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