:mad:ijuana wrote: »
Yay APD is back
back on subject:
Yes once they have a warrant they can take all of your shit and toss it everywhere and look through every insignificant thing in your house that they please. They most likely won't fuck your house up if you let them in before they need to get a warrant because it saves them time and trouble and they will also be much more kind to you (but that depends on the situation).
Rambo wrote: »
I used to have a lock box/safe thing bolted in a hole under my fridge. Best hiding spot ever. You had to move the fridge then crack the combo lock.
The police will be pissed off and will tear your house apart, hence the need for a really good hiding spot.
EDIT: An example of narcotics law's "reasonable suspicion"
As to their thoroughness, it's a given. If they can do crime forensics, they can find a bag of weed.
I'm glad to be back. Thank'ee much for the support guys. Right now I've got school going on, but I think adding this should be no problem for the juggling thing.
Also, Todd McCormick is one example of the less-than-cordial response of the DEA to a cooperative and non-violent person.
Yes, if they have a warrant and are looking for drugs they are going to have drug sniffing dogs and will go through every inch of you house to find 3 prescription Tylenol not in the original container and can charge you with a god damn felony.
Not the best spot ever, dogs can still smell it and they'll move your refrigerator. If they have a warrant, they'll just open your safe.
At the end of the day they left with 23 grams of herb. :facepalm:
Then again if it is just a couple of cops showing up at your door for a noise complaint, and they smell some grass, they actually have very few legitimate reasons to initiate a thorough search. If they see stuff in plain site, they will get aggro and try to find out whose it is, but unless they have good info on you having a major stash, they're just bluffing and trying to sweat that emo girl that looks like she is just about to cry and rat out the owner of the bag. Stay cool, don't babble, you are a rock.
"no, officer, the dog really has a bad drug problem"