Elderly Santa Fe Man Shoots Up City’s Speed Enforcement Vehicle

The City of Santa Fe, New Mexico often uses empty patrol cars as mobile camera stations for capturing speeders. The practice is somewhat controversial as many residents find the idea of being indescriminatly surveilled a bit unnerving.

It isn’t clear whether those sorts of “big brother” fears motivated the man who calmly stepped out of his Audi sedan at 20 after 1 in the morning, dressed in a nightshirt and put five bullets into a vacant Santa Fe patrol car.


One thing’s for sure though. He was mad about something.

Here’s the video taken from the patrol car dashboard as the shooting occurred:

By | 2012-04-23T15:40:44+00:00 April 23rd, 2012|Reckless Driving|0 Comments

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