Iowa State Troopers target out-of-state drivers
DES MOINES (AP) — Drivers with out-of-state plates are much more likely to be stopped by the Iowa State Patrol when they drive in the state.
The Des Moines Register reviewed about 22,000 traffic warnings and tickets issued by the State Patrol between 2008 and the end of last year. About 86 percent of those tickets and warnings went to out-of-state drivers.
Drivers from California, Colorado and Illinois — all states with a significant drug trade — received one third of the 16,375 warnings and 5,685 violations.
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