Colorado's biggest little traffic ticket farm | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Colorado's biggest little traffic ticket farm

Just a few miles north of the Oklahoma border sits Officer Brad Viner, the Town of Campo's sole police officer who helps rake in more than 90 percent of the town's revenue.

"Yes, Campo thrives on tickets," officer Viner said with a chuckle during an interview with 9Wants to Know. "Basically, the police department pays for the town."

Campo tops the list of towns across the state that rely the most on traffic and court fee revenues, according to an extensive analysis of 270 town budgets by 9NEWS and Rocky Mountain PBS.

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