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2022-05-28 8:38:13 AM  
During the conversation with the driver and passenger, criminal indicators were observed, and a consent search revealed approximately forty-four pounds of suspected cocaine.  Leonardo Hernandez and Rolando Bermudez Acevedo were taken into custody and transported to the Putnam County Jail.

Criminal indicators were observed.....with a name like Hernandez I think I can tell at least one of the indicators.

This does give us an interesting math problem.  If two men are stopped carrying drugs, and the cops turn 44 pounds of cocaine in to the evidence locker.  How many pounds were actually in the car?
 
2022-05-28 9:21:01 AM  
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parallel_construction
 
2022-05-28 9:56:51 AM  
A reminder. No police just gets lucky enough to find a million dollars worth of drugs in a random traffic stop.

/someone be snitching
 
2022-05-28 10:15:29 AM  
Lordy!  What is Half-Scoop's monthly shipment doing in Indiana?
 
2022-05-28 10:16:28 AM  
This has to be fake news. No one does cocaine anymore.  They do random things laced with fentanyl.  They cops swear.
 
2022-05-28 10:19:31 AM  
Thank goodness they got them. THE END OF COCAINE FOREVER.

WE SHOULD BE GRATEFUL TO OUR MEN AND WOMEN IN LAW ENFORCEMENT WHO PUT THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE EVERY DAY FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AND PRAY TO JESUS FOR CREATING POLICE TO PROTECT YOU
 
2022-05-28 10:21:04 AM  
They package it so neatly. Stackable, nothing leaking out. Flour companies could learn from them, I can't pick up a five-pound bag at Von's without looking like Don Jr. at the checkout line.
 
2022-05-28 10:23:57 AM  
20 kilos at $13,500 = $270k
 
2022-05-28 10:24:35 AM  
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2022-05-28 10:28:05 AM  
Yeah, but it's only worth that much due to inflation.  Thanks, Biden economy!
 
2022-05-28 10:32:53 AM  

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2022-05-28 10:33:14 AM  
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Challenge accepted
 
2022-05-28 10:34:39 AM  

BizarreMan: During the conversation with the driver and passenger, criminal indicators were observed, and a consent search revealed approximately forty-four pounds of suspected cocaine.  Leonardo Hernandez and Rolando Bermudez Acevedo were taken into custody and transported to the Putnam County Jail.

Criminal indicators were observed.....with a name like Hernandez I think I can tell at least one of the indicators.

This does give us an interesting math problem.  If two men are stopped carrying drugs, and the cops turn 44 pounds of cocaine in to the evidence locker.  How many pounds were actually in the car?


50.


Most would say 45, but when you're dealing in those amounts round to the next ten not five.

Not that I would know this math.
 
2022-05-28 10:36:39 AM  

AuralArgument: BizarreMan: During the conversation with the driver and passenger, criminal indicators were observed, and a consent search revealed approximately forty-four pounds of suspected cocaine.  Leonardo Hernandez and Rolando Bermudez Acevedo were taken into custody and transported to the Putnam County Jail.

Criminal indicators were observed.....with a name like Hernandez I think I can tell at least one of the indicators.

This does give us an interesting math problem.  If two men are stopped carrying drugs, and the cops turn 44 pounds of cocaine in to the evidence locker.  How many pounds were actually in the car?

50.


Most would say 45, but when you're dealing in those amounts round to the next ten not five.

Not that I would know this math.


The product is packed in kilos, so it would have to be a multiple of 2.2 pounds.
 
2022-05-28 10:36:57 AM  
You see, Indianapolis? You see what happens when you mess with our coke?

Love, Phoenix
 
2022-05-28 10:37:37 AM  

BizarreMan: During the conversation with the driver and passenger, criminal indicators were observed, and a consent search revealed approximately forty-four pounds of suspected cocaine.  Leonardo Hernandez and Rolando Bermudez Acevedo were taken into custody and transported to the Putnam County Jail.

Criminal indicators were observed.....with a name like Hernandez I think I can tell at least one of the indicators.

This does give us an interesting math problem.  If two men are stopped carrying drugs, and the cops turn 44 pounds of cocaine in to the evidence locker.  How many pounds were actually in the car?


1) How did that much cocaine get to Indiana?

2) Don't talk to the farken cops.
 
2022-05-28 10:42:43 AM  

CarnySaur: Yeah, but it's only worth that much due to inflation.  Thanks, Biden economy!


Plus the usual price bump this Holiday weekend,
 
2022-05-28 10:42:54 AM  

eviljimbo: 20 kilos at $13,500 = $270k


Your numbers don't add up on the blow, that was 10 years ago.
 
2022-05-28 10:43:28 AM  

eviljimbo: 20 kilos at $13,500 = $270k


Cop math.
 
2022-05-28 10:47:46 AM  

lilbjorn: Lordy!  What is Half-Scoop's monthly shipment doing in Indiana?


Monthly?  Fat France calls that Tuesday.  Half-Scoop would call that breakfast.
 
2022-05-28 10:49:25 AM  

BizarreMan: During the conversation with the driver and passenger, criminal indicators were observed, and a consent search revealed approximately forty-four pounds of suspected cocaine.  Leonardo Hernandez and Rolando Bermudez Acevedo were taken into custody and transported to the Putnam County Jail.

Criminal indicators were observed.....with a name like Hernandez I think I can tell at least one of the indicators.

This does give us an interesting math problem.  If two men are stopped carrying drugs, and the cops turn 44 pounds of cocaine in to the evidence locker.  How many pounds were actually in the car?



Eleventy?

Wait a second. Was the answer supposed to be expressed in assloads or buttloads?
 
2022-05-28 10:49:27 AM  
Looks like enough for a good memorial day party
 
TWX
2022-05-28 10:52:00 AM  
I wonder if the passenger lacked a CDL.  I could see that being interpreted as suspicious.  Whether or not suspicious enough to justify a greater search would be hard to say.
 
2022-05-28 10:53:10 AM  

Black_Lazerus: eviljimbo: 20 kilos at $13,500 = $270k

Your numbers don't add up on the blow, that was 10 years ago.


more like 30, been out of the game a long time
 
2022-05-28 11:03:25 AM  
GrymReeper:

I said I did know the math
 
2022-05-28 11:04:47 AM  
Got a million dollars of coke in the car but I'll be damned if I'm going to fix my brake lights.
 
2022-05-28 11:08:05 AM  
I wonder how quick I would be dead if I bought a key.   Do they take AMEX?
 
2022-05-28 11:08:56 AM  
Back in 1978, that would have supplied SNL when Carrie Fisher hosted.
 
2022-05-28 11:09:49 AM  

Gubbo: A reminder. No police just gets lucky enough to find a million dollars worth of drugs in a random traffic stop.

/someone be snitching


Was watching one of the cop shows. Cop pulls over an out of state vehicle for not using a turn signal or something.  Guys are acting weird so cop separates them and questions them separately. This is what happened (paraphrased as best I remember, but fairly close in events, if not names)

Cop:What's your name?
Guy 1: Rick
Cop: What is his name?
Guy 2: Steve
Cop: G2 says your name is Steve.
G1: My uh, middle name is Steve, but that's what everyone calls me.
Cop: Your name is Rick Steve?
G1: ...yes

Cop:Where you guys going? (Say they were on I95 or something)
Guy 1:New York
Guy 2: Ohio
Cop: G2 says you are going to Ohio.
G1: oh...well we are going to NY, we are just stopping in Ohio first.
Cop: You are in Georgia, and you're going to New York by way of Ohio?
G1: ...yes
Cop: ...you know what, I don't even care. I don't feel like dealing with this today.  I'm not even going to write you for the turn signal. You are free to go.
*Cop starts to walk back to car*
Guy 1: You can search the trunk if you want to.
Cop: um...ok.  let's have a look.
Guy 2: O_O
*trunk reveals like 50 pounds of pot*
Cop: Well....I guess you guys are under arrest.
*handcuffs*
Cop: I let you go, why did you tell me I could look in the trunk
Guy 1: I didn't think you'd actually do it, and I didn't want to seem suspicious.
Cop: I was leaving
Guy 1: Seemed like a good idea.

Meanwhile Guy 2 is giving extreme death glares at Guy 1.
Sometimes drug runners are idiots
 
2022-05-28 11:10:26 AM  
Just think of how many drug orgies and devil's triangles, in the supreme court, this stopped.
 
2022-05-28 11:15:07 AM  

Godscrack: Thank goodness they got them. THE END OF COCAINE FOREVER.

WE SHOULD BE GRATEFUL TO OUR MEN AND WOMEN IN LAW ENFORCEMENT WHO PUT THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE EVERY DAY FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AND PRAY TO JESUS FOR CREATING POLICE TO PROTECT YOU


Handle checks out.
 
2022-05-28 11:19:44 AM  

eviljimbo: Black_Lazerus: eviljimbo: 20 kilos at $13,500 = $270k

Your numbers don't add up on the blow, that was 10 years ago.

more like 30, been out of the game a long time


Yes it is 30, I was posting a push t lyric.
 
2022-05-28 11:22:13 AM  
Drugs?  Who cares about drugs?

With "personal use", here I was thinking of Tony and his "little frien'"

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2022-05-28 11:26:50 AM  
Cops were suspicious due to the Eric Clapton song playing on the car's radio
 
2022-05-28 11:38:46 AM  
Farkers posting as though intercepting a cartel drug shipment is a bad thing.

F*ck the cartels.
 
2022-05-28 11:56:06 AM  

BunchaRubes: Farkers posting as though intercepting a cartel drug shipment is a bad thing.

F*ck the cartels.


Intercepting a drug shipmen = good.
Using shady/unconstitutional police tactics in any circumstance = bad.
 
2022-05-28 11:56:18 AM  
Challenge accepted.
 
2022-05-28 11:57:17 AM  

BunchaRubes: Farkers posting as though intercepting a cartel drug shipment is a bad thing.

F*ck the cartels.


🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

Do less drugs? End the drug war?
Legalize? Annex Mexico?
40 years show intercepting is stupid worthless waste of time and money .
Go walk on Legos
 
2022-05-28 12:01:46 PM  

BunchaRubes: Farkers posting as though intercepting a cartel drug shipment is a bad thing.

F*ck the cartels.


Stop arming them then.
 
2022-05-28 12:09:33 PM  
They were just fishermen your Honor. The fish can't get enough of it!
 
2022-05-28 12:11:31 PM  

macadamnut: BunchaRubes: Farkers posting as though intercepting a cartel drug shipment is a bad thing.

F*ck the cartels.

Stop arming them then.


Do doctors have a name for what's wrong with you?
 
2022-05-28 12:12:04 PM  

10.0.0.1: I wonder how quick I would be dead if I bought a key.   Do they take AMEX?


Yes. But AMEX doesn't take them.
 
2022-05-28 12:24:29 PM  

BunchaRubes: macadamnut: BunchaRubes: Farkers posting as though intercepting a cartel drug shipment is a bad thing.

F*ck the cartels.

Stop arming them then.

Do doctors have a name for what's wrong with you?


"Uninsured."
 
2022-05-28 12:32:14 PM  
Surnames like that on drivers licences give Indiana cops boners.
 
2022-05-28 1:03:24 PM  
20 kilos = 44 pounds
 
2022-05-28 1:07:08 PM  
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When your holiday weekend is ruined because of cops in Indiana.
 
2022-05-28 1:15:53 PM  
Even if you say no to a search. Cops just call for a dog that will indicate drugs even if there are none.
 
2022-05-28 1:16:38 PM  
I must concur with what several other posters have mentioned - there is no such thing as a random safety check... The cops saw the people driving the semi were Hispanic, PERIOD.

I'VE DRIVEN MANY HIGHWAY MILES AND THE ONLY REASON IF YOU'RE DRIVING A SEMI AT LEGAL SPEED AND PULLED OVER WAS IF YOU DIDN'T HAVE WORKING BRAKE LIGHTS OR DID NOT SIGNAL.

🤣
 
2022-05-28 1:21:17 PM  

Gubbo: A reminder. No police just gets lucky enough to find a million dollars worth of drugs in a random traffic stop.

/someone be snitching


Probably a jilted girlfriend?
 
2022-05-28 1:25:45 PM  

Number7: I must concur with what several other posters have mentioned - there is no such thing as a random safety check... The cops saw the people driving the semi were Hispanic, PERIOD.

I'VE DRIVEN MANY HIGHWAY MILES AND THE ONLY REASON IF YOU'RE DRIVING A SEMI AT LEGAL SPEED AND PULLED OVER WAS IF YOU DIDN'T HAVE WORKING BRAKE LIGHTS OR DID NOT SIGNAL.

🤣


Ummmm...state police routinely pull over trucks to check on various things like log books, manifests and other compliance issues. This situation could have been a part of an investigation, a tip or whatever but to say that State Police don't pull over trucks is just stupid.
 
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