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Seized C5 Corvette in New York to be Auctioned

Crime definitely didn’t pay for a Batavia, N.Y., man who is in state prison and lost his 1999 Corvette convertible to the Genesee County (N.Y.) Sheriff’s Department after being convicted of drug crimes.

But crime WILL pay for the local Drug Task Force, which will get the proceeds from the sale of the Corvette through a County Highway Department online auction next month.

Couple Arrested For Driving 1982 Corvette with Kids in the Rear Hatch
File Photo Courtesy of CorvetteImages.com

No doubt a lot of parents could have been arrested in the 1950s and 1960s for letting their children ride in the back of their two-seater Corvettes.

I remember one person writing on one of the forums about bolting a car seat in the back of his C2 Corvette to allow his kids to enjoy the car back in the day. I’m sure others didn’t go that far and just let their kids ride in the big area behind the seats in their 1963-67 Sting Rays.

[VIDEO] Driver Assaulted and His Corvette Stingray Nearly Carjacked in Detroit

Imagine driving your Corvette and you have the top off because it’s nice outside. You pull into a hotel parking lot to inquire about a room when suddenly your car is surrounded by a mob and your are punched in the face as they are trying to steal your Stingray.

According to a report on Fox2 Detroit, that happened to a man in Detroit over the Labor Day Weekend.

[GALLERY] Corvette Police Cars (44 Corvette photos)

How do you make any year or model of Corvette even more bad-ass than they already are? Put them in the hands of Johnny Law!

Corvettes have a long history of being used by police departments everywhere from DARE anti-drug show cars to being used as pursuit vehicles. Whatever the reason, nothing screams faster than fast than a Corvette with a police livery and an emergency light bar flashing.

So for a special Friday image gallery, we present these really cool Corvette police cars. Do you have a favorite Corvette in this week’s gallery? Let us know and be sure to share this page on Twitter and Facebook.

[VIDEO] Corvette Owner Charged After Donuts and Burnout were Captured on Video

Those ubiquitous video cameras continue to get people in trouble.

In this case, 18 seconds of fame is getting a 25-year-old Millersville, Md., in a heap of trouble, as Sheriff Buford T. Justice might put it.

Harry Matthew Huntsman faces six traffic charges after he was caught on video doing doughnuts and other apparently illegal things in the middle of the highway near 94th and Coastal Highway in Ocean City, Md., on May 16.