Now, I will definitely watch those intersections.
Red light camera queen at it again | Albuquerque N.M. | KRQE NEWS 13
Officer: 'Someone is going to die at that speed'
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Albuquerque Police Department Traffic Sergeant Donovan Rivera said a 31 year-old woman is a menace behind the wheel.
Over the past two years Amber Gray has been nailed 69 times by the red light cameras, which come to about three times per month.
The red light cameras have nabbed Gray many times, but police said many of those situations were very dangerous including the incident on Carlisle Boulevard and Montgomery Boulevard, where a pedestrian crossing the street nearly lost her life.
Aside from the cameras, APD has pulled her over 23 times for traffic violations.
“I have been an officer for ten years and I can't recall someone exceeding the speed limit that much,” Sergeant Rivera said.
Rivera is talking about a ticket Gray got for driving 88 miles per hour in a 30 mile per hour zone.
Gray has been driving on a revoked license.
Police said she is a crash waiting to happen.
“Someone is going to die at that speed, reckless speed,” Gray said.
Gray owes the city nearly $10,000 in red light camera fines and late fees.
There are no warrants out for her on that because camera violations are a civil matter.
Gray also has a criminal history that includes battery, prostitution and forgery, which she told police was to pay for her heroin habit.