"We've surveyed a lot more intersections, and we usually see about 2 to 4 percent so that's about in range," said Steve Lind, deputy director of the Traffic Safety Commission.
"I think people understand or get it that this is a secondary law, and they think, 'Well, I'm not doing anything else' " illegal, he
Olsen's first two cell phone catches were on I-5, passing through downtown.
had just merged onto the interstate when he
spotted a delivery van crawling along at 30 mph in the northbound lanes.
A line of cars was backed up behind it.
The trooper sped up alongside and saw just what he
suspected -- the driver was on a cell phone.