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Texas Sheriff’s Office Using Ghost Camaros With Barely Visible Decals for Patrol

Texas Sheriff’s Office Using Ghost Camaros With Barely Visible Decals for Patrol
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is flooding the streets of Houston with deceptively marked police vehicles. These cars feature so-called “ghost decals” and can be extremely difficult to identify on the road.

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The idea behind the Ghost Camaros is “to support our multi-pronged efforts to get dangerous drivers off our streets so that we might ultimately shed our region’s dubious distinction for having the nation’s deadliest roads,” explained the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.Y’all be safe out there Harris County, Texas Sheriffs cars with "ghost" decals.

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