The Boynton Beach Police Department is warning drivers not to speed in a school zone or they will get caught.
Police wrote four tickets Wednesday morning to speeding drivers in the school zone outside Crosspointe Elementary School on Congress Avenue.
They said one driver was going 38 mph in the 20 mph zone. That comes with a ticket price of just more than $400.
Speeding fines go up dramatically when in a school zone and can get as high as $600.
Police say they have zero tolerance for drivers who speed in a school zone.
4 - the number of tickets officers wrote this morning in the school zone at @Crosspointe_El
38 - the fastest speed in the 20 mph school zone
406 - the dollar amount of the ticket that driver got
0 - our tolerance for drivers speeding in a school zone
Please #slowdown . pic.twitter.com/tuZcXp4zWq
— Boynton Beach Police (@BBPD) October 24, 2018