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“I’ve got my whole life savings in this truck,” he added. “It’s like a marketing tool for my business to promote the air horns and everything. The horns weren’t working, all the electronics were ripped out.”

Police had no search warrant when they searched the vehicle. In fact, the only reason Heller knew it was police who raided his car, and not a burglar, was that the officers involved left a note behind on a 2×3 piece of paper.

“Sir, your car was checked by TPD K-9,” the note read. “The vehicle was searched for marijuana due to a strong odor coming from the passenger side of the vehicle. Any questions call Cpl Fanning.”

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