Nevada Highway Patrol – Testimonial 2

16 Lbs. of Ice & $13,000 in firewall compartment.

On October 7, 2008 a traffic stop was initiated on a 2008 Nissan Titan. The Buster K910B read high on the rear interior cab wall and rear seat area. However, tool marks were visible on the front left and right fender bolts, as well as the screws that secured the black plastic shroud in the front tire wells. Once you opened the front doors and inspected the area by the door hinges, expandable foam was visible toward the upper hinges of the door.

We removed the front fenders while on scene and observed more expandable spray foam, which concealed an access door to the firewall area. Once the access door was opened, we observed numerous packages of ICE concealed within the natural void of the firewall area, that extended the entire width of the vehicle.

Contraband detection equipment used on vehicle Buster K910B locates hidden contraband behind foam expandable spray Buster K910B used to find packages of ice Buster K910B contraband detector and density meter helps officers locate illegal drugs
 

 

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