Another Example of A "Routine Traffic Stop" ~ Annapolis Capital Punishment

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Another Example of A "Routine Traffic Stop"

CP has written many times both here and in The Capital about how supposedly "routine" traffic stops for supposedly "minor" traffic violations not only present danager for the police but often lead to discovery of more serious crimes. To see the latest such incident, read this exceprt from The Sun:

An Eastern Shore drug task force has made what prosecutors say is the area's second-largest drug bust this year.
A routine traffic stop in Queen Anne's County led to the arrest of one man and seizure of 76 suspected marijuana plants, more than 11 pounds of processed suspected marijuana, rifles and nearly $190,000 from an Annapolis-area home, officials said.

I guess that makes the point rather clearly.,0,1777861.story

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