Police in Memphis say a red pick-up truck inscribed with the words "Meth Lab" in the rear window turned out to be just that. After being stopped for a license plate violation early Friday morning, the driver was arrested for outstanding warrants and other meth-related charges. Hazmat crews later removed the chemicals from the truck.
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Source corrected to site style & article just on other side of being stale dated [Oct 5, 2012]. LCom Staff.
It's not unlike cars you see with "Bad Cop, No Donut" stickers, just begging to be pulled over. For that matter, how many other druggies get caught sampling the goods while hauling tens of thousands of dollars' worth of dope around?
I have been thinking about Agent Ivie who was shot and killed by friendly fire last week. Does it bother anyone else that supposedly he shot first, I mean before any other shots were supposedly fired? Why would he have done that unless he thought he was being shot at? I understand the rest of it that when the other agent was hit, she returned fire, but I thought agents weren't to initiate shooting? Given this admin and their propensity for lying and covering up, I wouldn't put anything passed them.
"Editors note: A prior version of the story indicated that the words "meth lab" were written on the truck prior to the traffic stop. This incorrect information was provided to us by a network affiliate news service to which we subscribe."
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