real bomb detection possibly hindered?

Huntington Beach police have stopped hiding guns in cars of people they pull over — a way to test how rookie officers search a suspect’s vehicle — because “it’s probably not the way we should be operating,” a department spokesman said Tuesday.

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-prop6dec06,1,949618.story

It seems like that practice could possibly leave gunpowder residue behind which bomb sniffing dogs or other such detection methods could later pick up on. Maybe there are now dozens or hundreds of vehicles in the Huntington Beach area and other places with gunpowder residue in them or on them.

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