HEBRON ESTATES - Things have been slow over the summer for the two sheriff’s deputies contracted to patrol the streets of Hebron Estates.
But, with the Aug. 11 opening of the school year, Det. Mike Cook and deputy Leroy Lerding expect the pace to pick up.
Lerding said he would meet with North Bullitt High officials to have them notify students that there will be a zero tolerance to speeding in the city.
East Hebron Lane and Burkland Boulevard are traditionally the prime trouble areas for speeders.
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