Marijuana Grower Uses Fake Police Car To Transport more than 1,000 pounds of weed.

Posted: Friday, May 28, 2010 | Posted by Chico Brisbane | Labels: , ,

BROWNSVILLE, TX. - A marijuana trafficker used a fake, but official looking police vehicle to transport more then a half ton of marijuana. The truck was fully equipped with lights and decals indicating that it belonged to the Webb County Sheriffs Deapartment.

Eventhough the driver was dressed in an official sheriff's uniform, Border Patrol agents noticed that a few details about the vehicle just didn't seem quite right and they pulled the vehicle over. That's when more than 1,000 pounds of marijuana was discovered in the cab of the phoney police vehicle.

Sheriff's Department officials are investigating the case in order to determine who is using the logos and colors of thier patrol unitss. The patrol unit had the logo, an official number and the exact colors used on the police units in Webb County. The driver, his fake police vehicle, and more than a half ton of marijuana was seized and turned over to the Drug Enforcement Administration.


  1. k2 herbs said...
  2. Well, that sure didn't go to plan. I imagine he's in loads more trouble for impersonating a police officer too eh?

  3. Chico Brisbane said...
  4. Well I'm not sure about that. 1500 lbs. of weed will get you some time.

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