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Texas K-9 Benni proved he had the nose that knows when he alerted to drugs after a sheriff’s deputy got suspicious about a far-too-nervous driver and female passenger initially said to be his grandmother.

The man was driving erratically in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area earlier this month — the truck pulling a U-Haul was moving from lane to lane and travelling on the rumble strips — and that was enough to raise the eyebrows of a Wise County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) deputy on patrol. The officer directed the driver to stop so he could have a closer look.

It didn’t help that “grandma” and “grandson” had decidedly different tales to tell when questioned by police. The driver claimed the duo was on their way to a funeral in southeast Texas, while “granny” relayed that she and her son were travelling to Tennessee with the trailer full

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