Glynn County, GA, is tossing out 264 speeding tickets after police disclosed that they were behind in testing required to ensure their speed detectors

County police officers handed out the tickets for more than two months after certification of their radar and LIDAR speed-detecting equipment had lapsed March 31, The Brunswick News reported.

Police immediately notified county Solicitor General Maria Lugue, who prosecutes traffic citations, when the problem was discovered June 2, Lugue said. Officers also performed an audit to identify all speeding tickets issued during that period, WSBTV reports.