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Drug sellers are getting smarter, they’re learning from Breaking Bad to use vehicles that can be moved to avoid getting caught, this time with Marijuana in the back of a cargo van

March 1st, 2018 by admin

On a business park in Groningen, the police found a truck with a nursery of the stuff.

The police found the drug truck in a garage, along with a BMW, and confiscated both after arresting a 49-year-old man from Tynaarlo.

The cargo area of ​​the Mercedes Atego seems to be an ideal cover, but it did not help the suspect.

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Drug sellers are getting smarter, they’re learning from Breaking Bad to use vehicles that can be moved to avoid getting caught, this time with Marijuana in the back of a cargo van

this amazing crazy true story of the Billy Goat Acres Mob is now ready for a repost thanks to the many relatives of these hooligans commenting on it

February 28th, 2018 by admin

The names of the six boys were Howard McAbee, Jack, Steve Bales, Joe Bales, Dale and Roy Bales and their dog Butch.

Howard was the driver because he was taller then Steven and said he knew how to drive. The three oldest went to jail for boys for what they had done.

Carl Stewart commented a couple times (thanks!) with info, and just wrote in with this background to the photo:

Steven wrote the story before he passed away; he was the oldest of the group at 13 and because of a problem at home he decided to run away from home. His two young brothers Joe and Roy not to be left out, went with him.

The other boys Howard, Jack and Dale all seen them and just had to join in on the fun. They went from Billy Goat Acres in a stolen car out of Bakersfield. This car broke down after flat tires. Then then stole a car in the mountains only to run out of gas in Mohave. They then stole another car and drove to New Hall where the police shot into the car not knowing they were all just kids that were to scared to stop.

From another website:

Billy Goat Acres was a poor neighborhood in Bakersfield.

1950 Nash at the 456th Change of Command at Castle Air Force Base, CA. 1963, with the jolly humor that most military squadrons, platoons, commands have had for silly things like the group’s informal car

February 16th, 2018 by admin

The “two star” flags on the Rambler Command Staff Car are misleading, as it’s actually carrying the departing, and incoming Lieutenant Colonels.

The “El Jefe” (The Boss) decals on the front fenders hint to the tongue in cheek spirit in which the car was decorated by the squadron members…

The story goes, that it was originally fit with an F-106 pitot tube and mast. Which despite sporting a “remove before flight” tag was removed at request of Air Police, who deemed the needle a pedestrian hazard

The images are terribly distorted because the only source of them on the internet I can find does not have the images. Google shows them as being on the forum, but the images don’t show up there, just the thumbnails in google

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1950 Nash at the 456th Change of Command at Castle Air Force Base, CA. 1963, with the jolly humor that most military squadrons, platoons, commands have had for silly things like the group’s informal car

A snow sculpture made to trick the snow removal guys in Montreal, but gave the cops a laugh instead

January 22nd, 2018 by admin

Simon Laprise has sculpted a full-sized car replica out of snow to fool the snow removal guys.

“I am passionate about building and designing stuff,” the 33-year-old Canadian woodworker from Montreal said. “I did the car to have fun expressing my creativity on that beautiful day.”

It’s illegal to park on the road during snow removal, and that’s what probably attracted the police.

the police left a note saying “you made our night!!!” with a smiley face.

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A snow sculpture made to trick the snow removal guys in Montreal, but gave the cops a laugh instead

financing its municipal services from the pockets of unwary travelers…. aka the Selma Texas speedtrap of the early 70s

January 17th, 2018 by admin

Selma’s speed trap collected an esti­mated $168,000 a year, or more than $800 for every man, woman, and child who lived there. That’s 4 times more than even the state of Texas, as all the state taxes added up produced only $215 per Texan.

Despite their growing notoriety, Selma’s officials showed no signs of halting their lucrative operation. They even concealed the full extent of their activity by violating several Texas statutes, and, as Texas Monthly Magazine found, appearing prepared to wage a protracted legal battle to shield their municipal records from public scrutiny.

Located 16 miles outside San Antonio, along busy Interstate High­way 35, between Austin and San Antonio, next to Randolph AFB, Selma was perfectly situated for a speed trap, as the highway 1603 loop crosses the I 35 right on the town’s south city limit

Northbound travelers approach it over the crest of a long hill, at the bottom of which, under the 1603 highway bridge, cops had a speed trap

Created in 1964 under a wild west law that allowed for a fly by night hanging judge roadside courtroom type of town, Selma was carefully created to sidestep laws requiring oversight by the county and the state capital. Yes, seriously. It was founded back in 1847 as a stagecoach stop, and they picked up some legal loophole info along the century since

It was incorporated as a “general law” town under a statutory provision that permits as few as twenty people to map out some proposed town boundaries, allege that at least 200 people reside within them and petition county au­thorities to call an election. If the re­sulting vote favors incorporation, the new community is free to elect a mayor and aldermen, establish municipal ser­vices including a police department, and, if it wishes, set up a roadside courtroom to dispense its own brand of justice.

29 people signed the original petition to create Selma in 1964, 1/4 of them were all related, and the mayor was one of them.

The proposed city limits never extended more than a thou­sand feet from the highway, were 2 miles long, and may not have had many people to begin with, but no proof was required when getting incorporated, and 4 months later, Selma claimed to have over 600, which happened to be the minimum needed to qualify for title 28. A couple years later the census found only 207 people in city limits

The cops issued 500 tickets a month, they were for $35 for 65 in a 55. The common complaint about the Selma cops to the state attorney general was that the police add on an extra ten miles to the alleged speed, because the Selma prosecutor woudn’t prosecute drivers for going less than ten miles over the limit.

Failing to send a check for the speeding ticket, and then failing to appear in court, resulted in a 100 or 200 dollar “failure to appear” fine added on. Out of staters didn’t get the optional court visit to appeal, they could pay up, or post a bond. The court was only open one day a month, on a Tuesday, 1 pm. If they weren’t at the 1pm roll call, they forfeited the fine, if they were there, they’d have to wait outside all day, in Texas heat, or give up and pay at the handy window outside the court next to the line. If they did wait, they normally lost their case, and paid up anyway.

Then they ticketed the governor’s wife.

The result was House Bill 550 of the 1973 Legislature, which prohibited towns of less than 5000 population from using radar on Inter­state highways.

No one testified against it except a Selma police­man who unearthed a 1935 decision of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals holding unconstitutional a legislative re­quirement that policemen in cities over 10,000 population wear uniforms and badges when making arrests. Selma interpreted this decision to mean that it was “beyond the authority of the legislature” to regulate small-town speed traps

Of course a list of other Texas towns includes Webster (pop. 3250), between Houston and Galveston in the NASA area. “A notorious one oyer the years,” according to a spokesman for the Ameri­can Automobile Association. There are frequent complaints that Webster’s speeding arrests tend to escalate into DWI charges. The town is currently under investigation by the U.S. Depart­ment of Justice for alleged harassment of an astronaut’s wife.

Think anything changed or improved in 40 years? Nope. People and cops still suck.
So does Selma, rapidly growing from 788 in the 2000 census to 10000 residents now, it’s moved it’s enforcement a little…

Not only is speed monitored along the access road (45 mph – do not increase speed until you are actually *ON* IH35!), but they will cite you for failing to yield (on the southbound access road), failure to come to complete stop (at intersection near Gillman Honda), crossing the double white line (northbound access road), etc. I was told by my policeman friend in NB that Selma PD are very heavy handed when it comes to vehicle searches

Similarly, Lumberton Texas has 75% of it’s police officers on patrol to issue tickets on highways 69 and 96

Lumberton police issued 22 tickets per day last year, third-most in the region behind Beaumont and Port Arthur.

and Selma’s speed trap is featured in the following

I’m just out of Austin bound for San Antone
With the radio blastin’ and the bird dog on

this is pretty close to being straight out of a movie…. as obviously, this CHP is an idiot. 1) there are 100 bikes, and one cap car 2) use your radio ya idiot, and even up the odds 3) do NOT try to hit a bike and gt the bikers pissed at you

December 28th, 2017 by admin

original video is over by 4:25

2nd video, also worth watching, over by 7:20 and the rest isn’t worth wasting your time on

Because they forgot why police cars are supposed to be seen and noticed…

August 16th, 2017 by admin

I posted a white cop car with silver decals before, I just can’t find it among the nearly 30000 posts… so, time to post a new example.

Thanks Andy

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Because they forgot why police cars are supposed to be seen and noticed…

Ford has a small problem. 1.33 million Ford Explorers, primarily police fleet vehicles, are under scrutiny for making the inhabitants sick from Carbon Monoxide poisoning. That’s serious shit.

July 31st, 2017 by admin

When the fleet level installation of police equipment occurred in Explorers, the holes in the floor weren’t sealed right. That lets in engine exhaust.

Plus, U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said it recently learned that the police version of the 2011-2017 Ford Explorer was experiencing exhaust manifold cracks.

The city of Austin, Texas said Friday it was removing all 400 of the city’s Ford Explorer SUVs from use.

More than 60 Austin officers filed workers compensation claims in the last five months, citing exposure to carbon monoxide.

David found the remains of a career in the police force

June 28th, 2017 by admin

on the back bumper of this early 50s Ford is a decal from the police of Fort Lewis Oregon

Thanks David!

JC Leyendecker

February 25th, 2017 by admin

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