PHOENIX (CBS 5) - If you're thinking about speeding in Phoenix, keep this in mind, the next car you might go rolling past might just be a traffic officer.

[WATCH: Phoenix police catch drivers speeding]

Stanley Roberts continues his series with his ride-along with Det. Robert Corueil of the Phoenix Police Department's Traffic Bureau when he targets speeders on city streets. Speed is one of the leading causes of crashes citywide.

[RELATED: Riding with Phoenix police to catch drivers misbehaving]

One driver sped by the detective at 60 miles per hour. After he was stopped, it was determined he has no insurance. Another driver was 15 miles over the posted speed limit. He claimed he was heading home for lunch.

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Caught Misbehaving with Stanley Roberts exposes individuals who brazenly defy the law or common courtesy, risking social and/or legal consequences. His reports air regularly on CBS 5 News at 10 p.m.
 
 


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Big Rich

More hard hitting reporting by Stan the Man... /s

FollowDirections

Appearance in public is a PRIVILEDGE. If you don't want to FOLLOW THE LAW then just stay home. People saying this is just for revenue are wrong! Government doesn't bend the rules!!!

Jim B

There are no speed limits in this f...king city

MyOwnMind

If Phoenix had speed enforcement as a regular daily pursuit, there would be fewer idiots on the street. I've never seen the city pull anyone over. The police are usually driving just as stupid as you. You're an idiot thinking your kiddie ride was reality.

sfr8

Can't wait for the "uninsured Mexicans" comments!

MH

Congratulations, You're the 1st.

trsalemme

HAHAHAHAHHAHAAHAHAHAHAH@!~!!~!~ Man you just made my day. You just summed that young trolls total existence.

sfr8

Because I give it right back to the racists and bigots here, it makes me a troll?

Tuishimi

Deep and meaningful.

One driver sped by the detective at 60 miles per hour. After he was stopped, it was determined he has no insurance. Another driver was 15 miles over the posted speed limit. He claimed he was heading home for lunch.

nuusmaan

;-) Well put. When I read that, I wondered whether the guy sped past at 60 in a 65 zone.

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