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Neighborhood checkpoint spurs Albemarle man to question police power

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Posted: Sunday, July 28, 2013 8:54 pm

Joe Draego lay on the road at the Albemarle County police checkpoint in defense of the Fourth Amendment.

That’s how the county man describes his July 11 encounter with police at Old Brook Road. Urged by neighbors to clamp down on speeders, police set up a checkpoint, through which Draego and 261 other drivers passed.

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