REDDING, Calif. - The California Highway Patrol is taking to the air to catch drivers that are caught speeding up and down Interstate 5.
One driver was caught by a CHP airplane which had communicated with officers waiting ahead. The driver was going 108 miles per hour.
Officers posted photos, following the pull-over, to warn drivers to slow down.
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