Source: NBC 17
Most places have a neighborhood watch, but this takes it to another level: a Durham intersection is getting a lot of attention after signs popped up threatening speeders with the message, “Speed limit enforced by angry neighbors with paintball guns.”
The signs appeared Sunday at the intersection of West Markham Avenue and Glendale Avenue near Duke Park.
“I love the signs,” said Durham resident Angelo Abbate. “I think it might slow traffic down.”
For the moment, nobody seems to know who did it.
“I told you once,” said Durham resident Charles Sutton. “I’ll tell you again: no I don’t.”
What do you think about this type of speed enforcement?
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