Drug stash found during stereo installation

Posted By Staff

Date: July 31st, 2008

Category: Uncategorized

Maryland – A man who brought his car into a Best Buy store in Frederick County to get a new stereo installed should have checked his vehicle a little more carefully before ordering the work, according to authorities. The technician found suspected crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia and called police, who found the owner still in the store on Guilford Drive and arrested him Tuesday. Frederick County Sheriff Deputy Timothy Grove reported finding more drugs and $1,400 in the man’s pockets. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes & TobaccoNutty News MarketplaceDiscovery Channel Store
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6 Responses to “Drug stash found during stereo installation”

  1. Ben Says:


  2. any mouse Says:

    Well I hope it was worth the $1.00 installation fee.

  3. hippychick Says:

    there was a lady here that bought a car from a police auction and later found all kinds of drugs and thousands of dollars hidden in various places in the car. you’d think if the cops seized a car from a drug bust they might consider taking a drug sniffing dog some where in the vicinity of the vehicle.

    ya off the subject but it was close enough

  4. Anonymous Says:

    do they need a return address for all those goodies?!?!?

  5. any mouse Says:

    Hippychick, maybe the police should have had a stereo installed. seemed to work here just fine.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Man. Don’t you think between the street cameras, cops that can crash your house with no warning, check points to check you papers, and such.

    You’d THINK that people would mind their own fucking business instead of trying to get on the news all the time.

    I’ve found all kinds of shit in limos/cars that I installed phones/stereos in, and never said a word.

    Why? It’s none of my fucking business.

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