Bill and Sue Faber hadn't been to Cleveland, Ohio, in six months. So they were surprised to get a speeding ticket from the city. They were even more surprised to open the letter and find a photograph of a car, not their truck. The photo and the ticket had been generated by a red light camera. And the tag on the car wasn't legible. It seems authorities just took a guess and sent the ticket. After a local TV station took up their cause, the city dropped the ticket.