Austin-area county sheriff tries to trick speeders with lifelike signs
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Officials with the Williamson County Sheriff's Office are getting creative trying to catch speeders. Earlier this month, officers debuted a cardboard cutout sign of one of their deputies holding a radar gun in hopes it will trip up speeding drivers.

Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody tweeted a video on the cutout of one of the department's deputies and said it was being put to good use.


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