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Southlake Police Take Jab At Astros Sign Stealing Scandal While Promoting Safety On Road

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Southlake Police Take Jab At Astros Sign Stealing Scandal While Promoting Safety On Road

Southlake Police Take Jab At Astros Sign Stealing Scandal While Promoting Safety On Road

In the video Southlake PD put on social media, an officer running radar is surprised to see everyone driving the speed limit.

Then we see there is a firefighter in an Astros jersey a few feet away banging a trash can, alert drivers an officer is ahead.

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