More than 8 million license plates read in first half of 2016 in Myrtle Beach; thousands of violations found

Did you know that automated license plate readers set up in 2016 at three of Myrtle Beach’s entrances/exits captured 8,145,274 license tags during the first six months alone?

The system checked the tag numbers against state and national databases and received alerts on 19,525 of the license plates, meaning that some violation existed for those vehicles.  The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division had to upgrade its computer servers to handle the increased volume of information.

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