Two alleged drug dealers were arrested after police said they left cocaine inside a car they dropped off at an auto dealership for service.
Officials with Metro Nashville Police said the two brothers were already wanted on criminal warrants and were tracked to a Nashville car dealership where they purchased a vehicle.
At some point, they returned with the car for service and the dealership alerted police, who took both brothers into custody at the scene.
The car appeared to be clean for drugs. However, just in case, police took the vehicle to an impound lot for a thorough search.
There, they reportedly discovered more than 30 grams of crack cocaine hidden in the driver's side door, along with walkie talkies they allegedly used to help sell the drugs on the streets.
Both men face felony drug charges.