Nebraska: State Patrol staying busy stopping speeders pushing it past 100

“I can make some assumptions,” said Capt. Jason Scott, commander of the Omaha-based Troop A. “Traffic is thinner, and there’s room to move and do some of these things?”
Or that the law has somehow lowered its guard?
“I get the feeling people are under the assumption we’re not working as hard as we were three weeks ago — and that couldn’t be further from the truth.”

The patrol has the same staffing level on the road, which is why they’ve been able to pick off 100-mph drivers from border to border, three in Kimball County to the west, three in Douglas to the east — and nearly two dozen more in between.