Inside the home they found stacks of cash lining the walls, filling closets and stashed inside of suitcases. This suitcases is stacked with hundred dollar bills, totaling an estimated half a million dollars.
Police property seizures aren't only about closets of cash and fancy animals, they're also about luxury sports cars like this one. In 2013, "A sports car reportedly owned by a wealthy Arab and worth $500,000 was seized by Police in London and put on display outside of Scotland Yard."
In 2011, 11 supercars that belonged to Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, president of Equatorial Guinea, were seized in Paris by the French National Police. "Among the cars seized by the French police were two Bugatti Veyrons, a Maserati MC12, a Porsche Carrera GT, a Ferrari Enzo and a Ferrari 599 GTO."
Just like cash and cars, jewelry collections can also be seized. In fact, British police set up an eBay account to sell off the prized jewelry collection of cage fighter turned drug baron, Vincent Graham. The bracelet is worth an estimated $2,500, the Breitling watch (left) is valued at $8,000 and the Jacobs & Co. watch (right) is valued at £3,100.
A jewelry collection worth $170,000 was seized from Daniel Harty, the ringleader of a $39 million tobacco-smuggling operation in Britain. The collection included a luxurious nine carat diamond ring valued at $60,000 and four jewel-encrusted designer wristwatches collectively worth $45,000.
Maybe, if you're a drug dealer, it's not such a good idea to have a photoshopped image of yourself as Scarface at home. It might make it a little harder to defend yourself in a court of law.
"Among the drugs, $500,000 in cash, jewelry, guns, luxury cars and other booty that investigators said they seized from Mr. Perez and his tightly run Harlem drug operation was a 6x8-inch photo: Al Pacino's drug lord character Tony Montana from the movie "Scarface"””with Mr. Perez's face superimposed over the actor's."
In 2013 police investigated an illegal food storage site in Vietnam and found chicken feet waiting to be processed. The chicken feet were decades old and some even dated to 1967. According to police the old chicken feet were being smuggled into China frozen, then would be processed with bleach and various chemicals to disguise it as new meat.