A display of a body scan, used for training, shows a suspect who was carrying roughly 60 balloons of narcotics in their stomach. The X-ray machine is in the background. All people being booked into the Bonneville County Jail must go through the full-body X-ray machine, which according to Lt. Michael Pickett emits the same amount of radiation as three hours worth of sunlight.
A display of a body scan, used for training, shows a suspect who was carrying roughly 60 balloons of narcotics in their stomach. The X-ray machine is in the background. All people being booked into the Bonneville County Jail must go through the full-body X-ray machine, which according to Lt. Michael Pickett emits the same amount of radiation as three hours worth of sunlight. JOHN ROARK Post Register
A display of a body scan, used for training, shows a suspect who was carrying roughly 60 balloons of narcotics in their stomach. The X-ray machine is in the background. All people being booked into the Bonneville County Jail must go through the full-body X-ray machine, which according to Lt. Michael Pickett emits the same amount of radiation as three hours worth of sunlight. JOHN ROARK Post Register

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