Agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives used a secret off-the-books bank account to buy a $21,000 NASCAR suite at Bristol Motor Speedway and a trip to Las Vegas, among other things, reports the Washington Post. Sadly, it wasn’t to investigate on-track fistfights, or anything else for that…
If you’ve got millions of dollars stashed away in cardboard boxes loaded into the trunk of your, um, Volkswagen Passat, you probably shouldn’t be speeding.
Excuse me while I narc on all the dudes smuggling coke in their Porsche Carrera GTs running the Gumball Rally—the car has a smuggler’s door!
You literally couldn’t have it any worse.
If you’re going to commit heinous crimes, you might as well do them right with the proper tools. Like one of these ten brilliant drug friendly cars (or the one bike).
The TSA happily shows off all of the weapons they catch inside carryon baggage every month, but what happens when guns are taken onto planes as part of an inside job, by people with airport security clearance. That's just what happened as the Feds busted up a gun smuggling channel between Atlanta and NYC.
Drug smuggling is one of the oldest trades known to man. Since Roman times, dealers have looked for ingenious ways to transport drugs from place to place, undetected.
A Canadian couple was arrested at the Champlain Port of Entry when officials, suspicious of their behavior, found 107,871 tablets of ecstasy hidden in the spare tire. That's 62 pounds. Street value: $2.1 million. Filthy Canadians. [DenPubs]
As police officers and other law enforcement agencies equip themselves with a wider array of vehicles, some lawbreakers have found a new tool to perpetrate their crimes: Fake police trucks.
Looking to do a little scenic drive with your girlfriend and young son… from Belgium to India and back, with a load of hash in secret compartments? What vehicle would you choose? Exactly: Newport!