'Fake' Vehicle -- M.O. for Transporting Contraband?

Authorities warn of some unsavory vehicles taking to the streets.

'Fake' Vehicle -- M.O. for Transporting Contraband?

Cloned Cars
Cloned Cars
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Cloned Cars
A 2006 Texas highway stop resulted in the seizure of about 3,085 pounds of marujuana and 204 kilograms of cocaine from this cloned 18-wheeler. The truck and trailer boasted logos and markings for superstore Wal-Mart, and the driver even donned a Wal-Mart uniform. The commercial license plate was also cloned from a legitimate plate that was traced back to Wal-Mart Transportation, Inc. Further investigation revealed the truck and trailer did not belong to the Wal-Mart fleet, and the driver was not a Wal-Mart employee. The truck had eluded law enforcement several times before this traffic stop. (FDLE)
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