[police radio chatter] – All right, so I’m
pulling this car over. They got no tag lights. Got another guy coming in. Hey, what’s going on, man? – Hey, all right. – You got your license on you? – Yeah. – Can I have it? – I can’t get to it right now,
because it’s where my gun is. – It’s where your gun is? – Yup. – OK. – Um. – All right, just
hang on real quick. So your license is
in there, right? – It’s right in there. And my gun is right
in there, too. – OK. – Is it your wallet? – Yes, in my wallet.
– OK. If you want to reach it
open, just grab your wallet. Don’t grab the gun.
– I ain’t going in there. – Why? – I’m not going to go in there. [laughter] – All right. – Sorry, my gun is in there. I’m not going in there – All right, do have your
registration, proof insurance? They’re right in the glove box.
– OK. You can grab that.
There’s no gun in there, right? – Nope. – OK. Can you take that? Um, yeah, so it was in the– in the glove box. He doesn’t want to reach for
it, reach for his license, because his signal
zero’s right there. I told him you can get it, but
he doesn’t want to grab it. – Hm. – So what are you thinking? – Do you want– I– I got him for no tag light.
– K. – I’m thinking maybe we’ll
pull him out real quick. And then I’ll grab his– I’ll go a sniff on the
car, see what we get– – OK. – –and then, uh, go from there. Here, come on. Check. [dog barking] – Good boy. [dog barking] – Yeah. So he alerted to the vehicle
over on the passenger side. – He’s unhappy. He’s saying we’re illegally
searching his car. – We’re not illegally
searching your car. – He didn’t want to listen. – The dog alerted to the
illegal odor of narcotics. That’s why I’m
searching your car. – OK, so you’re–
OK. – So that could
be anyone that was in the car that had the
residue on them, residual odor. – You don’t have
anybody in the car? – No, nobody. It’s just– just
me driving my car. – Just you driving you car? – Never– never had
any person ever? – Look, my car clean every week. – OK. – You find anything in there? – No, I didn’t find anything. – Do you have–
huh? – You’re going to
do a good search. – What– – Let’s see if
you find anything. I told you– – Yeah, I always do
a thorough search. – You know what? At the end of the day,
he’s got the tool that is the narcotic trained canine. Yogi has gone to school for how
long to– to do what he can do? Long time, right? – Yeah. – Just last night you were
doing training with him. Why would– why would we
have a tool not use it? – That’s fine. Look, some tools you
don’t need to carry. – So you don’t– you think
that– that people should just be allowed to have drugs? – No, if somebody have
drug, lock them up. – How are we going to be
able to find the drugs if we don’t have the tools? – Yup. – You’re telling us
you can’t carry them? – Dogs nose is
stronger than ours. – Right? – No, but, you know– – He’s smirking. [laughter] Because you know I am a point. So listen, man. At the end of the day,
Deputy Pini, I can tell, you doesn’t like to take
money out of people’s pockets. – But we don’t know
you personally, do we? – I can tell you this right now. I think– – Why not? We got to pull people
over to do our job. But listen, man. At the end of the
day, at this point, man, I don’t want to
waste your time anymore. I want you to have a good
safe night, all right? – Take care. – Thank you for being
cooperative at the end. – No problem.
– Thank you. Thank you for letting me know
there’s a firearm in there. – Hey, no problem.
– I appreciate it. – It’s actually really
big for us, man. We really appreciate that. – All right. – We call it verbal judo. You want to show
the person respect and try to explain to them,
so they kind of understand what– what’s going on. And that’s what we did
there, explain to him why we pulled him over,
explain to him why we use the tools we use. And I think he finally
came to an understanding. We were able to kind of
calm him down and you just– you got to keep your composure. You can’t get upset. I mean, people are going
to upset being pulled over. No one likes
getting pulled over. So always got and try
to use that verbal judo.