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Originally Posted by Ty.S View Post
No not really, but here is the problem. That is illegal for the police to do. They can't just run random plates. The problem is the querry runs though the DMV database and is also logged at the department switch. If you call a cop buddy and have him run a plate while he / she is at work.. and that plate comes back to a stolen car, from a car jacking that left 2 people dead, then all hell is going to break loose in the department, and the department from which the car originated from would be notified. Chances of that happening are pretty remote, but your friend is going to be in some poop.
Just sharing that information with you could get that officer in deep poop. I wouldn't want to put my buddy in that situation.
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