BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We’re hoping to have statistics a little later today — you know — how many of your friends and neighbors had a heavy foot through school zones, but so far there are no major incidents reported on this first day of school.
Boca Raton Police — and we thank them for this photo of Officer Adam Reisner — were out keeping speeders under control in school zones as boys and girls returned to class throughout Boca and Palm Beach County.
Just a reminder: speeding in a school zone is a very big deal… lots of points and fines can be doubled. Most importantly, a child could be hit so w
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