Early in 2020, a number of businesses shuttered their doors, and those who were able to started working from home. The net effect was that the roads were empty in a way that people have seldom seen -- and a few drivers took advantage of the situation to put their pedals to the floor and see just how fast their vehicles can go. Traffic is largely back to normal. However, the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) says that the speeding (along with other risky driving behaviors) hasn’t stopped. 100 or more miles per hour is becoming a common occurrence Columbus police officer Robert Barret was...

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