An Omaha man hits a bump in the road which leads him to a tracking device under his car. He finds two more under two other vehicles and turns them over to his attorney.
James Martin Davis declined to identify his client but claims law enforcement is on a fishing expedition. Davis said a plain clothes officer claiming to be from an Iowa agency knocked on his client''s door asking for return of the three devices.
Davis told Channel Six News, "Like when you go to the police department to pick up your property you have to show proof of ownership. I will be happy to give these devices, minus the data card ,to any law enforcement agency that can provide us proof of ownership."
Davis won't speculate why law enforcement would put tracking devices on three vehicles associated with his client. Davis will only say he represents the man on a case that is not drug related.
Davis claims information found the data chips inside each tracking device requires a search warrant so he won't return those. He said the client found one device after hitting a bump and checking for damage under his car. That lead to check two other vehicles.