Branford Adds Another “Stealth” Patrol Car

Branford police say they’ve added a second “stealth” police car to their fleet.  The vehicles,  which are traditional police vehicles, but with subdued markings.  They’re sent to local “hot spots” determined by accident statistics to issue traffic tickets for unsafe driving.

The vehicles are black, with dark gray police markings.

Police say within minutes of their deploying the second vehicle, a 2010 Ford Taurus,  Officer Bryan McGinnis stopped a driver for following the car ahead too closely.

Police say McGinniss and Officer Richard Kenny have issued more than 2,700 citations in the last year.

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