Film as Accomplice

It's an unfortunate fact that the words "illegal window tint" appear in a large number of police reports nationwide. Polling daily news reports from around the country will provide an exhausting number of incidents. Illegal tint is so closely associated with "suspicious vehicles," that officers frequently admit it is one of their number one tools for identifying potential criminals.

Here's a condensed list of what has surfaced in recent days:

Kingsport, Tenn.-Timothy Lee Blalock was charged with driving on a suspended license. Police originally stopped him because the window tint on his car was so dark that the temporary tag in the rear window wasn't clearly visible … Wawarsing, N.Y.-A Sunday evening traffic stop ended with the arrest of two Hudson men on drug and weapons charges.?State police stopped a 2004 Jaguar for illegal window tint when troopers said they noticed a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. A search revealed approximately a pound of marijuana, anabolic steroids and a collapsible baton … And the list goes on …

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