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Mile marker 45

Sidney, Nebraska

Sign that says: "Be prepared to stop drug dog in use"

This Nebraska roadblock was added to the Roadblock Registry in February 2014.

Q Street off ramp @ I-80 westbound (near 118th Street)

Omaha, Nebraska

This occurs mostly before noon, once or twice per month. While a motorist is driving south/westbound on I-80 on the I, L, Q Street Exits access road (50 MPH Speed Limit), policeman A sets up atop the Q Street viaduct that crosses Interstate 80, directly above the access road, radar-ing all motorists passing underneath. The motorists who choose to take the Q Street off ramp do so, loop around the ramp only to find officer B, a DIFFERENT officer than the one who detected you on radar, flagging you down a few yard shy of the off ramp-Q St. intersection. A very sneaky, shady and highly QUESTIONABLE method of extracting the, up until now, honestly earned money of the citizens. They're OMAHA Police, so turn on your camera in case they BEAT THE S*** out of you for no reason, or even MURDER you for reaching toward the release button on your SEAT BELT (both have happened)....(Don't expect any REPERCUSSIONS outside of a paid vacation to be levied against the offending officer in this type of occurrence) Of course, they will probably just STEAL your camera if they notice it, anyway. At least that seems to be their Standard Operating Procedure, judging by certain YouTube videos.

This Nebraska roadblock was added to the Roadblock Registry in June 2013.

I-80 approximately 20 miles east of Grand Island

Seward, Nebraska

Large signs shortly before the checkpoint announcing "Drug Checkpoint Ahead" and "Drug Dog in Use Ahead." The actual checkpoint is not on 1-80 itself, but at the exit right after the signs. The officers probably expect that anyone carrying drugs will quickly try to exit to avoid a checkpoint, so the checkpoint is located at the exit, out of sight of the highway.

Of course I wasn't carrying any drugs, so I wasn't worried about proceeding on I-80, but when no checkpoint appeared, I realized it had to be at the only exit shortly after the signs. I wonder what the locals out in the remote Nebraska countryside think about getting stopped by the state troopers all day and searched for drugs when they take the only ramp from the highway to town.

This Nebraska roadblock was added to the Roadblock Registry in August 2009.

Harrison St near 118th St and Harry Andersen Blvd

Omaha, Nebraska

IMPOSSIBLE to see before you get caught in the trap!

This Nebraska roadblock was added to the Roadblock Registry in May 2009.

Interstate 80 westbound

Seward, Nebraska

Stopped all Vehicles that used the Exit Ramp. Claiming failure to use turn signal while exiting the ramp. Officers were in hidden locations waiting for Exiting vehicles. Detained even after Citation was issued, Video and Mic recordings of Profiling, based on looks and family last name history.

This Nebraska roadblock was added to the Roadblock Registry in January 2009.

Military Road by Mormon Momument

Fremont, Nebraska

If you display fear they will pull your car off the road and question you further while they run a check on you for outstanding warrants. I have asserted my rights to not be detained without probable cause and have been allowed to continue on without producing my papers.

This Nebraska roadblock was added to the Roadblock Registry in April 2008.

Hwy 370 between Westridge and Betz Road

Bellevue, Nebraska

One time they gave out a little something to people who were using seatbelts.. I live on this highway, and it always backs up traffic so far that I can't get out of my driveway..

This Nebraska roadblock was added to the Roadblock Registry in May 2002.

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