Just a little embarassing

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    At my first base (USAF), they said they'd run the drug dog through any used car you bought from someone else upon request. I never heard that advertised anywhere else after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluelineman View Post
    At my first base (USAF), they said they'd run the drug dog through any used car you bought from someone else upon request. I never heard that advertised anywhere else after that.
    Go to any police station that has a drug dog and they will be happy to have the dog go over it. Like sixto said it's good training for the dogs. You may have to set up an appointment for when the dog and handler are available.

    I have had every car I have ever owned checked with dogs, and even my house when I bought it. When you buy a house or car you don't know its history. I'm sure everyone has seen the dulley pickup hooked to a small car hauler with used cars in tow rolling down the interstate. These have become very popular with drug dealers for transporting drugs, they hide them in one of the cars being towed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spooter66 View Post
    I'm sure everyone has seen the dulley pickup hooked to a small car hauler with used cars in tow rolling down the interstate. These have become very popular with drug dealers for transporting drugs, they hide them in one of the cars being towed.
    Wow. That's too weird to even suspect, so it would probably work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    Yeah... the new owner would have a tough road to hoe, hopefully a paper trail about the cars origins and other evidence would likely leave a reasonable doubt in the jury's minds, but thats not a position I would want to be in.
    That would be TOUGH ROW TO HOE

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    Sixto That Should Be Tough Row To Hoe Lol

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    sorry for 2nd reply

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