Two alleged drug dealers were recently arrested after driving on property used by a police group in Australia.
It’s often the absent-minded mistakes that get criminals busted. But some blunders are so obvious, it can baffle even the most experienced law enforcement workers.
Take two alleged drug dealers who were recently arrested after driving on property used by a police group known as the Tactical Response Group.
The elite police group was conducting training exercises when they noticed a suspicious vehicle cruising on the private property located at Lee Point in Australia’s Northern Territory.
The cops quickly approached the car and asked the trespassers what they were doing there. Suspecting something wasn’t quite right, the officers searched the vehicle and found exactly 27 bags of cannabis.
According to reports, two males were immediately arrested after the drug discovery, but information on only one of the suspects was released to the public.
A 19-year-old male will soon appear in court for trespassing along with possession and supply of marijuana.