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Evidence Lockup?

Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by ethenhunter, Jul 10, 2019.

  1. ethenhunter

    ethenhunter Member MVP

    ethenhunter
    Junky
    I was wondering if we could have the police houses turned into a storage place for confiscated drugs.
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  2. Miss_Leon

    Miss_Leon Member

    It will make the cops earn way too much money.
  3. ParrotChit

    ParrotChit Helper Helper

    Well it's the money they earned from confiscating so personally I don't see a problem with this
  4. Miss_Leon

    Miss_Leon Member

    If a cop arrests someone they can store their drugs and wait for a x2 booster. Cops already make a lot of money during a x2 booster. and so with the drugs they have stored it'll be a lot of money
  5. Tzunami_

    Tzunami_ Member

    This doesn't really make sense, why can't cops store their drugs in a base like the rest of us? It would also be basically impossible to enforce that the drugs they store in their house are actually from frisks, and not random raids they have done.
  6. chickenchit

    chickenchit Mod Staff Member Moderator MVP++

    ChickenChit
    MassProducer
    Cops can already store drugs in bases, but they have to throw drugs on the ground, or find a random chest, go off duty (you're not allowed to be on duty in the wild) and then store it in their base.
    I understand this could cause an issue with people just being cop, using a 2x booster to sell all of their drugs, and then go back to druggy; but with like a limited amount of dubs this could be avoided. I don't know, I think it's something cool that could be considered instead of just having the wasted space above the police station.

    CLARIFYING: Apparently cops are allowed to go to their bases quickly to store drugs after having frisked someone. (about 20 seconds max)
    Last edited: Jul 11, 2019

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