Bags bulging out of car lead to thefts of recyclables, weapons and drugs: police


A car traveling with two oversized bags strapped precariously to the roof led Livermore Police to find stolen bottles and cans, brass knuckles and methamphetamine.

Livermore police say they pulled over a Chevy Impala last month because the giant bags on the roof were unsafe for driving.

Upon further inspection, police learned that the bags contained bottles and cans from a nearby recycling centre. A third bag was found in the back seat of the car. Police estimated the materials were worth $200, which was returned to the recycling center.

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Additionally, driver Denzel Green, 31, and passenger Jared Moynahan, 28, were each allegedly in possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.

Moynahan also had brass knuckles and a stolen handicap sign, police said.

The arrests took place on December 21, but police announced the bust on Wednesday.

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