Recently I found a bag of cocaine in my Chrysler. Today I called in a professional drug detection dog to see if she can find any more illicit narcotics!

Ever since I found a bag of cocaine in the ashtray of my 1987 Chrysler Fifth Avenue, I’ve been worried there are more hidden drugs that I don’t know about. Is there more cocaine stashed under the carpet, or in the trunk that I haven’t been able to get open yet?

I’d like to drive my Chrysler around without concern, and be absolutely sure there are no more illicit substances anywhere inside. And as it turns out, you do not need to call in the police to do this type of work—there are private drug detection organizations that will search schools, companies, teenagers’ bedrooms, and vehicles.

I’ve called in the services of Amy Doerner and her professional drug detection dog Pita, to see if they can find any more drugs. Below is a video of the experience. This was an immensely fun video to shoot—incredible to see this talented and well-trained drug detection dog at work.

Anyone ever have their car searched by the police, or a narcotics detection dog?

Thanks to Amy and her drug detection dog Pita for searching my vehicle. If you or anyone you know in the Los Angeles area requires drug detection services, definitely reach out to Amy. Doerner Investigations can come to your home, school, or workplace to search for narcotics and firearms. More info: ► Doerner Investigations

Pita the Drug Detection Dog
Pita the Drug Detection Dog

ethan tufts

Ethan created Hello Road and started making car/travel videos as an excuse to get off his ass, go on adventures, make new friends, discover new things, travel to amazing places, and of course, justify his countless questionable automotive purchases. His infatuation with weird cars along with a shoestring budget often leads him to filling up his driveway with a brigade of terrible, failing hoopties.

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