Despite the refusal of an authorized police officer in the car, Missouri City man was arrested yesterday ended subsidy investigation when the police dog alerted on the vehicle because the officer may search the vehicle anyway. According to the officers found a bag of marijuana in the center console, and a large amount of cash. Also, the car was about 180 pirated Car DVD, many of which have not been published and are still in the theater. It was more than one copy of each film.
Watch at 2:30 Monday, Unit K9, an officer operating more than 26 years, Garry Ousley in the 1700-block Arcott. Ousley reportedly stopped his car on a street and left hurriedly. The officer arrested him at the door of his residence and asked him what he did. Ousley said he was trying to find someone.
The officer asked if he had anything illegal on him or in the car, and not Ousley said. Ousley said not even the question of whether the consultant could search his vehicle. When approval is granted, the officer left the police dog, Dasty the patrol and the dog alerted on the passenger side of the car on the threshold.
The police dogs trained to recognize the smell of marijuana and other drugs. If Dasty took drugs in the car, the officer gave him probable cause to search the vehicle.
Ousley was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana in a drug-free zone, due to the proximity of Quail West Green Park, simulation and fraud, both Class A minor. Police seized drugs, money and Car DVD.