'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
The Pearl, Miss. police department stopped this vehicle covered in decal markings of the Mountain Dew Cola Company, specifically Diet Mountain Dew, in October 2006 and found several hundred pounds of marijuana inside. Some of the indicators that led the officers to label this van a clone were no company phone numbers anywhere on the van; the vehicle was a 2001 model, which conflicts with most service vehicles being only one- to two-years-old; and the registration tag was a Georgia wildlife tag, which is an extra cost most companies avoid. (FDLE)
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